Oh, Baby!

Haven’t seen any chicks yet, so had to sift through the archives. Featured, the goslings are trying to keep up.

Freshly hatched chicks.

Not quite newborns, but young Ibis.

(For Bird Weekly Challenge: baby birds)

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

22 thoughts on “Oh, Baby!

  1. These are awesome, V.J. So sorry it took so long to get back to you. I got my 2nd vaccine yesterday and was spending a lot of time trying to get orders out before that happened. I had a reaction and I’m still not feeling very well. It was a doozy! I love those little goslings. The adult Ibises bring their young every spring into our neighborhood to teach them to forage. They are a natural pesticide and remove all the grubs in our front yard. Win Win! 🙂

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    1. Sorry to hear you had a reaction, but yeah! you got it. I’m still on a waiting list. The young ibis are so interesting – what a lovely sight to behold in your neighbourhood. We don’t get them at all up here.

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      1. Thanks. I hope you get yours soon. I wouldn’t change my mind. Can’t wait to go see the grandkids.
        There were over 50 in the flock this year that foraged around this side of Jacksonville. 😊

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      2. Awe! Since mine live 3 1/2 hours away, they haven’t missed anything like that with us. They rarely came to visit before covid. We always go to them. My daughter & son work all the time, kids are in school….but I’m not moving back to Tampa. I can’t deal with the heat and humidity. North Florida has that too, but in the summer, the further south you go, the worse it is. 🙂

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