Fall Migration is coming: UPDATES

It has been a while since I updated here and it is not because I have not been birding. On the contrary, I have been birding every single day. It is just that I am maintaining my other blog spatialhuman.org, plus I have began a podcast called Random Nature. Those things have taken up a lot of my time.

Plus I started my new job πŸ™‚

For now though I will provide you with pictorial views of my happenings since I last posted. Happy Fall Migration!

Noxubee Scenes:

My backyard birds have also been very friendly. Especially since I created the best birdfeeding station I could think of on a budget. I dragged an old, but sturdy branch across the yard and affixed it to my side porch door where instead of lawn there is groundcover and lots of small tree cover.

I am very blessed to be in community with these beautiful birds.

But hey, don’t forget to check out the podcast.



Published by Christy Hyman, PhD (spatialhuman6)

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