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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Monday, December 5, 2011

Our World-Watching out the window

On a cold winter day I prefer to stay inside watching out the window while observing the birds at the feeders and the...
01 Javelina eating bird seed Yarnell AZ (991x1024)

23 comments:

Just Jane said...

I had never seen a cardinal until I went back east to visit family in Maryland. They are such a beautiful, vivid color! I was enthralled by the cardinal family living in my brother's yard. I'd love to just see a tree full of them.

I'm glad you made it back safely from Mexico. I hope everything went as planned (minus the cold) and I hope you get to feeling better soon. Stay warm and snug!

Karen said...

Great photos!

haphazardlife said...

Wow, javelinas. How cool...

So you are where exactly right now? Snow? Strangely enough, we haven't had snow yet (except for once). I actually slept with my window open last night. Huzzah!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I love your critters and birds and how much more fun to watch them than TV!! I don't watch it either! Hope you're feeling better quickly and have a great week, Gaelyn!

Sylvia

Gary said...

Great post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I agree the window beats a TV any-time. You are so lucky to have such an interesting group of birds and creatures to see.
I hope you get well soon and do not end up with this terrible cough that I have got. Take care and take it easy. Enjoy your window. Diane

Dawn Fine said...

Howdee Gaelyn~Hope you feel better real soon! Looks like you have allot to keep you busy. Lots of visitors!

Esther Garvi said...

What a precious back yard you have!!! I fully understand you on your preference to watch these interesting guys rather than television!!

AJ said...

Beautiful! Looks like some likely BBQ targets out there... ;-)
Good luck with the trips across to Mexico... I hope there's little discomfort or pain involved!

eileeninmd said...

Gaelyn, I hope you are feeling better now. I wouldn't might staying home and watching all your wildlife. Javalinas and quail, how cool. Loved the birds and all the photos. Thanks for sharing your wildlife world.

Carole DeAngeli said...

Wonderful wildlife watching! All your photos are terrific.

simplyred said...

Watching birds in my backyard is one of my favorite activities. Few things are more calming and relaxing that watching all the different varieties lining up for the feeders and sharing the birdbath. Sorry for the reason you were staying in, but glad that you had such good entertainment.

(Ms) Ernie

Martha Z said...

Critters are great entertainment. I think I'd rather view the javelinas from inside the house, I understand they can be unpredictable.

ain't for city gals said...

My mom and I were up friday on the way to the cemetery...Yarnell looked so pretty!. Lots of javalina all in one place...I wish cardinals would come down another 1500 feet ...and I have never seen a quail on a bird feeder!...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, I've never seen javelina in the wild. Lucky you.

Heal up!

Francisca said...

Discovery Channel, right out your window. (I don't watch TV either, but I do spend too much time staring at this monitor.)

Firefly said...

Your birds and animal friends must really be grateful for the fact that you look after them so well. What kind of pig is that and do they occur there wild?

Stewart M said...

Hi - what a great collection of wildlife to see form your windows.

Very nice post.

Stewart M - Australia

Arija said...

I am so sorry my dear and hope you will be well again in no time. In the mean time there is certainly a lot of entertainment for you.I love wild pigs and your javelina with youngsters a so good to see. A great arrau of birds as well and the first snows are always a delight to see, especially from the inside.

How did the toothwork go???

Janie said...

Great photos of the javelinas! I'd have never guessed they would come into the yard for the bird seed.

Kathiesbirds said...

Gaelyn, you sure do have a lot to look at out your windows! wow! I am so sorry that you have been so sick and I sure hope you are feeling better soon!

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Ruth said...

What an interesting group of visitors. You have had more snow than we have had in our part of Canada.

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