There is a broken robin’s egg on the ground underneath this nest. However, this bird continues to sit on the nest, so there must be others. The bird-life has been amazing around our 27th Street home. There is plenty of nest building activity going on.… Read More
Tuffy P took these two shots from our back deck…
This afternoon I bundled up, leashed the partners, and we trundled off to Col. Sam Smith Park to see the snowy owls. Two of them, apparently a male and female have been regularly seen hanging out on the docks in the yacht club harbour. Last… Read More
This log cabin style home brings a bit of the country into the city – and it features a modest upstairs apartment. More affordable is this older model home. It’s basic in construction but it has housed several happy families in the past, keeping everyone… Read More
This nest must have been up in the locust tree. I found it in the garden this morning. I hope the birds using it were done with it for the season.
We’re working on a grackle mosaic – a commission. We’re having a lot of fun with this one. As I’m sure you’ve all seen, various blackbirds have a wonderful irridecence in their feathers. We’re trying various ways to catch this – including various irridecent glass… Read More
We just finished a new batch of tea-time bird feeders…. In case anyone is wondering, the drawings to the left of the bird feeders in the top picture are by our pal Anthony Stagg.