Just wanted to take a couple of minutes to say “hey” and take a break from reading the LDPCSD Board Packet in preparation for Monday’s meetings. [177 page 10am Special Meeting along with some other Closed Session material and 126 pages for the 10am Regular Meeting.]
THE TREES HAVE EYES – BUT THEY’RE USUALLY CLOSED IN THE DAY
During a reading break I was walking around with the dogs when I spied one of my “regular Owls” quietly sleeping and digesting his night’s work. [Never ceases to amaze me how many mice, voles, gophers, etc. these Owls snag.]
HIS DISTANT RELATIVE DOESN’T HUNT
My 30+ year old Mitred Conure “Zack” seems to have stablized on his journey from whatever happened to him (likely some kind of a stroke) to his normal cranky deameanor. He still cannot fly and is much slower when getting around (who isn’t?), but seems to have regained much of his strength since his bite has returned to quite a painful “pinch” just shy of breaking the skin. His appetite seems more than adequate but he continues to sleep more and more every day frequently caught in a mid-afternoon nap with his bill hung on the mirror for balancing support on the perch (below).
Surprising that this is the same parrot I found in the avairy on this back with legs straight up in the air over a year ago.
My best to you and yours, Lew