Are you ready for cuteness overload? Conner and Audrey love chewing their Kleenex box.
Monthly Archive for April, 2010
Now that the weather is warm, we’ve been taking walks after work. Salt Lake City makes a beautiful skyline.
The folks at 10,000 Birds have coined a clever name for non-traditional mallards – “Manky Mallards.” I’ve seen quite a few manky mallards myself. We’ll start with traditional Mallard Ducks so you have a frame of reference. Below is a male Mallard Duck:
Trevor is adjusting quite well to the flock and them to him. At first the other cockatiels were trying to avoid Trevor by hiding in the waaay back of the cages. But as Trevor gets less spazzy, the other cockatiels are willing to hang out near him.
Draper, UT has a small bit of marshland that is very popular with the birds. It’s in the middle of a residential area, so it serves as a nice area for people to walk and there’s even a small pond for fishing.
We have a new addition to the family! His name is Trevor Conner Bird.
Posted in thrush on Apr 11th, 2010
I haven’t had a lot of luck birding in Utah lately on the weekends, even on the days when I had time to bird for more than a few minutes, so today I’m switching back to California pictures. This, I believe, is a Swainson’s Thrush.
Jon scoured the Internet and found a giraffe!
Back to showing pictures of Back Bay in Newport, CA where it is sunny