The tree trimmers have been slicing and dicing the neighborhood for a few weeks now. I understand it has to be done around the power lines, but this is so much more than pruning. I’ve been concerned about all those who live in the trees and/or depend on them. I spent some time out in the yard this weekend and was very happy to see most of the usual visitors accounted for. I’m glad this “trimming” isn’t going on during nesting time. I was happy to see our white-headed cardinal friend, though she was too fast this morning for a picture. I did manage to get a couple of pictures of her handsome partner. I also spotted a flicker, red-bellied woodpecker, white-throated sparrow, hungry titmice, and a very curious bunny. Click on pictures to enlarge.
Doesn’t it look like they’re having a meeting? Click on picture to enlarge.
We’ve seen this rabbit in our yard and around the neighborhood lately. I am fairly certain she is not wild. I don’t know if someone dumped her, she escaped from somewhere, or someone has been letting her out, but every time I see her, I worry about her.
I pray that you will be safe
I pray that no one will harm you
and you will find your way
wild or at home
I pray that you will have plenty to eat
I pray that you will have a warm and comfortable place to rest
We’ve been seeing this cutie for the past few days and wondering if she engineered an escape from somewhere. She doesn’t look like any of the wild rabbits we see around here, but I don’t know a great deal about rabbits. She was hanging out with some of the neighborhood rabbits. She let me get pretty close to take this picture. Click on picture to enlarge.