Re: [cayugabirds-l] Tranquil Tuesday

2021-11-09 Thread Peter Saracino
Sounds like a wonderful day.
May you have many of them.
Sar

On Tue, Nov 9, 2021, 3:04 PM Donna Lee Scott  wrote:

> Sometimes on nice fall days out here in NW Lansing it is blessedly QUIET!
> Today has been like that - first by the lake and then along ‘my’ stream in
> the woods.
>
> No cars, no planes, no noisy boats. Not even much wind.
> Just calm, flat lake water, with a very occasional Loon bark to the west.
>
> By the woodland stream no human sounds could be heard except when I
> resumed walking in the dry fallen leaves.
> Then came faint bird songs - a flock of Robins flew in to feast on the
> bountiful clusters of wild grapes while quietly chirping now & then.
>
> A WB Nuthatch tooted 2x & later a Red-bellied Woodpecker called while
> flitting from one dead tree to another.
> And all the while the stream gently tumbled over the rocks & logs, making
> the only ‘noise.’
>
> Donna Scott
> Lansing
> Sent from my iPhone
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[cayugabirds-l] Tranquil Tuesday

2021-11-09 Thread Donna Lee Scott
Sometimes on nice fall days out here in NW Lansing it is blessedly QUIET!
Today has been like that - first by the lake and then along ‘my’ stream in the 
woods.

No cars, no planes, no noisy boats. Not even much wind.
Just calm, flat lake water, with a very occasional Loon bark to the west.

By the woodland stream no human sounds could be heard except when I resumed 
walking in the dry fallen leaves.
Then came faint bird songs - a flock of Robins flew in to feast on the 
bountiful clusters of wild grapes while quietly chirping now & then.

A WB Nuthatch tooted 2x & later a Red-bellied Woodpecker called while flitting 
from one dead tree to another.
And all the while the stream gently tumbled over the rocks & logs, making the 
only ‘noise.’

Donna Scott
Lansing
Sent from my iPhone

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