Our book “Birds We See” in Baja California Sur, Mexico is now available for your Kindle. After many hours and sleepless nights Oly, who we all know doesn’t take to technology very well, managed to format the book in Ebook fashion. Now, for $4.99 you can download a copy to your Kindle or Kindle Fire. If you would like the gift quality, coffee table version just go to our home page and click on books. Dealer discounts apply and remember, we support ovarian cancer research by donating a portion of the book’s profits for a great cause. Many of our readers are helping us and we hope you will too.
These have been both exhausting and rewarding times for Debbie (Lotta Tidbits) and me. First, seemingly from out of nowhere our website, BirdsWeSee.com was awarded the Perky Pet “Eye in the Sky” badge for excellence and determination in bird photography and now we finally succeeded in having our book published as an Ebook.
Here goes a few more photos from our Kittybago Arizona bird migration vacation. A female Vermillion Flycatcher building her nest. So delicate.
And here’s her boyfriend watching us watching her.
This Great-horned Owl also studied us as he guarded the nest built up in the rafters.
Everybody loves raptors. Check out this Sharp-shinned Hawk, named for his skinny legs.
And this bird is a Song Sparrow doing what he does best, singing a song for all to hear.
A handsome little bird he is.
Many female birds seem to get a bad rap. Most of the time they are just not as colorful as the males. This female Summer Tanager makes up for her lack of color by singing the sweetest melodies from near the tree-tops.
Thats all for today, time for a nap.