Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Little Bird, Little Bird / Pajarito, Pajarito

OUR LOCAL POPULATION of crag martins (those birds that drove Dudo and Moose crazy) left town for North Africa several weeks ago. Dudo has been looking elsewhere for his entertainment, only rarely checking the drain hole for activity. Moose, however, is always a bit slower on the uptake.

NUESTRA POBLACIÓN LOCAL de roqueros (esos pájaros que enloquecieron a Dudo y Moose) se fue de la ciudad hacia el norte de África hace varias semanas. Dudo ha estado buscando su entretenimiento en otro lado, solo que rara vez ha estado buscando actividad en el agujero de drenaje. Moose, sin embargo, siempre es un poco más lento en la captación.




OR MAYBE THIS IS THE "BIRD" MOOSE IS WATCHING NOW.
O QUIZÁ ESTE ES EL "PÁJARO" QUE MOOSE ESTÁ MIRANDO AHORA.

DUDO STILL FINDS ME INTERESTING.
DUDO TODAVÍA PIENSE QUE SOY INTERASANTE.


14 comments:

  1. One of these they will get their just rewards! But until then.....
    Great shots here, Mitchell!!

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    1. Jim:
      May they never get their just rewards!

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  2. Dudo wonders what you are doing with that camera and tablet; he can't figure out why you are so fascinated with it.

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    1. Wilma:
      When I saw the picture I also wondered what I was doing with that tablet... especially since I hadn't been holding one! That's mirror on the bedroom wall.

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  3. that last pix is cool. and your beach looks so inviting!

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    1. anne marie:
      It's a very nice beach and it goes for miles. But I think our stretch is the most pleasant in town.

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  4. Those are all beautiful pictures!!!!!!!!! Cracks me up they still peer in the peep hole.

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    1. mistress maddie:
      And Dudo has discovered drain holes in the front hall (which used to be open to the outside). I haven't managed to catch him with the camera yet, but he checks them every time he's out there.

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  5. Tasha barks at cuckoos. They're still with us for a few more weeks.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      Oh, that would drive me cuckoo.

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  6. Great reflection picture.

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    1. Travel:
      I really wanted to get a shot without me reflected but then figured what the hell.

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  7. Adore Dudo's head tilt.
    We had a family of Javelinas walking thru the yard and
    Winston was watching and gurring at them.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Parsnip:
      I have at times heard Moose do that gurr when the crag martins were sitting in our awnings.

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