Tag: St. Augustine

What’s up with daddy bluebird?

It’s been troubling to watch that mama bluebird is the only one feeding her three chicks in our backyard nest box. Daddy bluebird checks out the box occasionally, but is not contributing to the care and feeding of the little ones. I don’t know… Continue Reading “What’s up with daddy bluebird?”

Woodpecker Fledges

Regis predicted that one of the baby Red-bellied Woodpeckers would fledge today and he was correct. Regis was prepared and documented the moment. The little male Woodpecker left the nest cavity. We think the little female may still be in there. There are lots… Continue Reading “Woodpecker Fledges”

Brown-headed Nuthatches

Yesterday I was sitting on the lanai and relaxing when I heard a bunch of squeaky sounds. I recognized them as Brown-headed Nuthatches. We haven’t seen them yet since we moved into the house in late February. I got out the binoculars and saw… Continue Reading “Brown-headed Nuthatches”

Adventure 2018 Begins

By Linda We finished packing up the house in hopes it will sell while we are traveling across country and then we won’t need to come back.  We loaded up the motor home and set up in a local campground 1/2 mile from the… Continue Reading “Adventure 2018 Begins”