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Monthly Archive for October, 2013

Teddy Roosevelt

Folks, we have a dog.  He is a Boston Terrier and his name is Teddy Roosevelt.  He disapproves of you.   Jon got him from a breeder in California and flew him back to Utah yesterday.  He seemed like a pretty chill dog yesterday.  Today he’s well rested and is much more active.  He really […]

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Cockatiels

My poor cockatiels and even more, poor me!  I had to be away from my home for five days.  I made sure to spend extra time with them when I got back.  Today I discovered that Stonewall REALLY loves the whistling part in “Civil War” by Guns N’ Roses.   Also, he deeply loves this […]

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Juvenile Robin

I spent the whole weekend in California for work and I couldn’t post pictures.  So here’s a juvenile robin.   I love their speckled chests.    

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Nestbox Wars

I started a new computer class called data structures.  You would not believe how many different types of arrays exist for storing data.  And they’re all boring.  In any case, studying has caused me to be near the birds for a lot more time.  And I’ve seen a lot more of their shenanigans.     […]

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Western Meadowlark

Antelope Island is so beautiful this time of year.  The hillsides are covered in sunflowers and other yellow flowers.  If you look in the center of this picture, there’s a meadowlark.     It’s amazing how much he blends in with the brown from the side and the yellow from the front.  I had to […]

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Conner and the Cardboard

The cardboard continues to be the best thing we’ve ever introduced to the cockatiels.  Conner loves the cardboard most of all. I love this picture so much. Stonewall is starting to charm him, much to the chagrin of Trevor. In fact, Trevor has started charging Stonewall anytime he’s near Conner. It’s quite dramatic and I’m […]

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Great-horned Owl

I’ve developed a nice ability to find owls really easily.  I wish I had the same skill with grouses, but alas.  Last weekend I was at Garr Ranch on Antelope Island trying to find the last of the migrants when I felt like I was being watched.  It was this guy.   I got a […]

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