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Murmuration from Islands & Rivers on Vimeo.
by SS-CCSS on Nov 8, 2015

Creating Bluebird Habitat (& Free Bluebird House Plans)

Bluebirds live on our farm throughout the year; however, during the warmer months we generally see them around the edges of the farm fields – seldom do they make their way up to the house.  The trees surrounding the fields seem to give them an i...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Jan 9, 2013

Murmuration

Hundreds of birds swooped low within the sky, in perfect synchronicity. The dark forms filled the sunlit sky, and the flock flew and swayed rhythmically, as if they heard music from on high. I felt an inexplicable longing to join the flock, to follow...
by The Spirit Within on Nov 29, 2011

Murmuration – Flying Wonders in the Sky

While they were thinking that they're taking just usual shots of canoeing, a flock of starling arrived just above their heads, making breathtaking shapes (you could hear their sighs on the video). These birds look like they're having a great fun! Che...
by Ecstasya on Nov 17, 2011

The Fredhead Weekend 10: Faith

Every Friday, Fred Hystere sends a note to fans of the site and streams 10 of his favorite songs…aaaaaand then he takes off his pants on camera and makes up a dance to each song. 7 October 2011 Hello everyone and welcome to The Fredhead Weekend 10!
by Fred Hystere on Oct 7, 2011

Crackling Gracklings and Yellow Billed Starlings

I find it hard to identify some birds when you don’t see them all that often. Grackles and starlings show up in Spring to get their fill on the lawn grubs. Lucky for my roses I might add. So they … Continue reading →...
by Garden Walk Garden Talk on Jun 1, 2011

Feeding Dogs Bones

by bullcitydogs Feeding Dogs Bones Article by David Beart For decades, images of dogs happily nipping upon skeleton have been promoted upon radio as good as in suit pictures. As a result, house house house ho...
by Funny PetCare on May 30, 2011

Dead Birds Falling from the Sky 2010

Recent reports of dead birds falling from the sky and laying screwn across surban lawns and roof tops were in fact the carcasses of dead Red-Winged Blackbirds and starlings in Arkansas. These dead birds falling from the sky had experienced ‘som...
by Area 51 UK UFO Alien Sightings on Jan 18, 2011

Creating Bluebird Habitat

Bluebirds live on our farm throughout the year; however, during the warmer months we generally see them around the edges of the farm fields – seldom do they make their way up to the house.  The trees surrounding the fields seem to provide them wit...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Dec 15, 2010

Visual of the Week: Starlings

Each year, maybe a couple times a year (fall and spring) I see the Starlings.  And every time I am amazed and awe-struck.   When I first see them in the distance, I often mistake them for smoke or a small dust tornado.  But then I realize IR...
by Soiled Wings on Nov 18, 2009


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