Birdwatching

climb

  Tipsy and Dulcie are going birdwatching…

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Climb

…they had to climb up a rock…

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Ivy

…they thought that they saw some ivy so they climbed up to see if it was poison!

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down

…and it wasn’t so they climbed back down.

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sit

They sat near the shore and looked at the sky in case a bird flew over…

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Field Guide

…and they checked their Field Guide…

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Ducks

They saw four ducks, two Oystercatchers and twenty-one Spotted Sandpipers.

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bridge

Then they walked over the bridge and collected a driftwood boat…

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Treasures

…and sailed home with their treasures!

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14 thoughts on “Birdwatching

    • They are very good at birdwatching! We enjoy going out together and nearly always see some birds. Youngest human thinks we should find some adjustable binoculars so that the Hitty could see out both eyepieces at once!

  1. WOW! What a wonderful surprise story. Youngest member of the family really made my day. Hawk migration is under full swing now also. Our Woodsbluff Hitty’s have their scopes out and are looking upward too. Love to you.

    • How exciting to be able to see a hawk migration! This is the time of year we look out for Turkey Vultures, wheeling around overhead, getting ready to fly across the Strait of Juan De Fuca . We will also get rafts of winter ducks and some Trumpeter Swans that prefer our damp and dormant farm fields to the arctic in January.

  2. Great birding adventure! The youngest human is growing up!! love the photo of the girls looking out to sea. As always wonderful photos and story!!

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