Birds on the Brain

We love seeing the geese down at the pond.




This is some sort of DUCK, we will try to remember it's name and tell you before you go.




More of the geese family, they are pretty used to Mommy and will let her get pretty close to them.

The Ducks on the other hand were very skittish.






And before you go will you please take a second to read about a very special Momma Kat.

We are crossing our paws that she finds a loving home soon, perhaps with one or two of her kittens.  Please join us in sharing about Momma Kat and purring for her and her kittens. ~ATCAD

13 comments:

  1. The pond looks like such a nice place for the geese and ducks. So beautiful, too.

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  2. Our dad wishes we had our own pond. It must be fun to watch the babies grow up each year.

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  3. We used to have a pond but it dried up. Lovely pics. Any update on Mommacat?

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    1. We don't think so, we are sure Savannah would tell us if there was any good news to share.

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  4. Those are some big birdies!
    Have a super Saturday...

    Noodle and crew

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  5. The ducks and geese put on a great show.

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  6. Our mommy loves ducks and geese. They are down at the river, and Mom and Dad feed them. Some of the geese will take crackers right out of Mom's hand. She loves that. How far away from your house are these? XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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    1. Not very far. The pond is just past the Hummingbird Cottage. Mommy says it is far enough away that we don't have to worry about it flooding the house, but close enough we can enjoy it from out back porch.

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  7. Those geese sure know how ta fertilize the grassland...

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  8. Was the duck a Cormorant? They stay underwater for a long time.Also, check the grass. Birds leave candies there. Yum!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  9. Oh, how I love geese. Maybe Marcus can teach me Geese Speak so we can have a conversation! I'll bet they are fun to chase, too!

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  10. Wow, there are a lot of waterfowl near your den. Quack!! Honk!

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