My first choice in therapeutic activities is to get outside and look for birds. I know I've talked about birds before, but just to make it clear to you, I'm birdbrained. Since the tender age of 6 months, I've been told, that my favorite book was an old bird field guide of my mom's. Today my collection of birding guides and books is pretty sweet! I have a collection of binoculars that I use to take friends and strangers out birding with me. I've pushed my bird agenda on every student I've ever had contact with and they know they can get me off task by asking a question about birds! I try to get to Canada in the spring for migration sensation and a little therapeutic time with my sisters.
|Evidence of a Pileated Woodpecker! Notice the large rectangular holes!|
|One of my favorite woodpeckers...The red headed. He is becoming quite rare dut to loss of habitat.|
|I came to see this gorgeous bird. I was rewarded many times and it didn't even have to work hard to see him!|
|Isn't she cute? She and her friends fight over sitting rights all day long. I wish they could just get along and share the feeder!|
|I have to include an owl picture!|