Beep-Beep & Cheep~

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The Holler really is ‘for the birds,’
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but, then, as you’ve probably noticed by now, so am I!
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They make the nicest neighbors,
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greeting us in the mornings, and flocking in droves to the feeders at sunset.
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Our son calls the roadrunners our “pets.”
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But they are wild creatures, who choose to live inside the refuge of our fences, which protect them from the Holler Wiley E’s.
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We also have found our refuge here, amongst this wild family.

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Cheers to you from wild creatures great & small because they are your family too, after all~

165 thoughts on “Beep-Beep & Cheep~

    • I know exactly how you feel. I am hoping we can hold on to the orioles this winter. So far so good. The Anna hummingbirds stay year round, but the rufous and allen’s have left already. A couple black chins are still here. All the other birds stay year round thank goodness or I would miss them terribly! You have my full empathy.

      • We have woodpeckers, cardinals, chickadees, tufted titmice and a couple other winter hardy birds in the winter. I appreciate them dearly but they ate so quiet when the snow is on the ground. I love when the spring air is full of cheerful bIrd songs!

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