No Activity At The Eagles Nests On Friday

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4 Responses to No Activity At The Eagles Nests On Friday

  1. Teresa Rice says:

    It was nice seeing you the other day at the nest – even if it was from a great distance. As you know, I am trying to stay away from everybody. It will be so wonderful to get passed this pandemic – although I believe the world will never be totally the same. It’s good to be able to get out and enjoy nature. As usual, your pictures have been great. Tim and I have been enjoying seeing them and the antics of the skeleton. Whoever is responsible for the skeleton/Halloween displays is very imaginative.

    • Administrator says:

      Teresa Rice,
      Yes, it was good to see you. Smart to keep your distance. Worst time for spread of virus here is right now and could get worse in the next 6-12 weeks. Could be the world will be better in the long run from the disturbing times now. Perhaps we all will work together to create a better one. That is my hope for my kids and grandkids, when I won’t be around to help. Thank You for the compliment on the pics. Work hard to improve, always trying to learn how to get better in all light conditions and weather. Our youngest daughter is still at home and she is responsible for the fun to watch skeleton. Thanks as well for stopping by and leaving a note…

  2. You got some great shots of the smaller birds. Blue jays are hard to get a shot of here.
    I had to laugh at the skeleton. Your daughter has a great creative imagination!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Thank You, When the Blue Jays are gathering acorns are my favorite time of year to photograph them. I had to chuckle too when I turned in our road returning from my morning photography outing. She usually works on it when I am gone…

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