- Leslie Holzmann loves God and the world He has created for us. She currently gardens in Colorado and birds anywhere.
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Heinlein said that there’s no such thing as a free lunch.* He must not have been a birder. When the American Ornithological Union met this year, many birders added a new species to their life lists without even leaving their … Continue reading
We interrupt this blog for an exciting, bird-related announcement. It seems incredible that an animal as large as a thrush could go unnoticed until now, but scientists have recently discovered a new species of thrush! It was separated from, and … Continue reading
With the hardscape decided, it’s finally time to consider the plants—my favorite part! Since our home came with a certificate good for a free garden design (e.g., they make you pay for it in the price of the house), I … Continue reading
Three weeks have now passed since we took ownership of our new house. Three weeks of lugging heavy furniture from room to room until it looks “right”—or ends up in the “to sell” pile. Three weeks of unpacking boxes only … Continue reading
Last spring, our daughter and son-in-law moved into their first home. For the first time, she has a yard of her own. And being my daughter, of course she couldn’t wait to grow her own veggies. Although they moved in … Continue reading
“Look! A Prairie Falcon!” Eva was jumping up and down, pointing at a medium-sized light blob on a near-by lightpost. “Wow, what a great bird to start our day!” she enthused. We had just met up to go birding, and … Continue reading