A Few Things I Saw Walking The Dogs This Morning

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  1. Steve Case says:

    Nice Blue Jay

    Drove to Manitowoc (75 miles) yesterday and sort of lost count how many Red Tail Hawks I saw along the way. But I didn’t take any photos (-:

    This morning’s Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel had a story about how Green energy isn’t a very good investment –


  2. Andy says:

    I guess you are not living in the swamp then down DC way…

    Photo of the birds in flight very good, I know how difficult that can be.

    I’d like to give the hairy one a pat too.

    With the low summer extent in the Antarctic, longest melt season on record BY FAR, perhaps you can pop down there and take some photo’s without having to worry about any sea ice to get stuck in ? :p


    • R. Shearer says:

      The “record” is not even as long as a hair off that dog’s back, the Earth being about 4 billion years old or so. All kinds of proxies show that climate is always changing and nothing about the current recovery from the Little Ice Age cool period is unusual.

    • TimboA says:

      So your entire life is an excuse to interject climate religion?! I bet your a hoot at family gatherings!!lol

    • AndyG55 says:

      “take some photo’s without having to worry about any sea ice to get stuck in”

      There was a turkey who thought he could that a couple of years ago. ;-)

      That ended well, didn’t it. :-)

      • Gail Combs says:

        We all had a good laugh at the Chris T(mas) Turkey. I wonder if he has paid his rescue bill yet or if the Chinese OWN his rear.

  3. mat says:

    Funny how we see beauty, where any creature smaller than those shown would see nothing but the most horrifying terror imaginable….. If they could actually think and reason I mean…

    • Gail Combs says:

      Even horses hate anything flying over their heads. I actually had my mare go into a crouch when the Fort Devens MA Army parachute practice plane (C130?) skimmed our riding area just before the jump. I never knew a horse could crouch like a cat!

  4. Joel O'Bryan says:

    Red Tail hawks.

    Means there’s bunnies, mice, and maybe grouse/prairie chickens to feast on.

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