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  • Happy Sunday from the #Everglades National Park 😊
  • Happy Sunday from the #Everglades National Park 😊
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  • Sunday Reflections.... the joys of your usual “friends” (in my case birds) and family! Familiarity, wether it’s your actual family or as close as family or part of your family - animals also enter our immediate circle of what’s most important to us - a bond. Our bonds can be with friends on IG or a tiny frog on the garden.  Our first bonds, interests or loves stay with us forever.  As I spent most of my life traveling my bond was to my parents and our animals - luckily we all shared this love for our extended family which we created as  we never lived in one “home”. As you know, Florida is now my home and at the other end of my circle - my extended family is once again the animals.  The usual suspects like Mr T can keep me entertained for hours - always available to talk or to listen... then at home are waiting the two little Viking Dogs - Astrid and Bjorn (also great listeners)- following me on my garden Rounds or sleeping by my feet as I look through the pictures of the day... I’ve been thinking a lot lately of who is my “tribe”? Who are my people? Our sense of belonging fortunately doesn’t just rest in who we know or what people are in our tribe - it is entirely possible that Nature itself is where we belong... A place filled with the song of the birds, the wind rustling the leaves of the trees, chirping of the frogs at night - a symphony so beautiful and enthralling how can we help but not get lost in it... Perhaps we have never been lost and it was nature that patiently waited for us to notice it! 🦢“Away, away, from men and towns,
To the wild wood and the downs, —
To the silent wilderness,
Where the soul need not repress its music.”
—Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Sunday Reflections.... the joys of your usual “friends” (in my case birds) and family! Familiarity, wether it’s your actual family or as close as family or part of your family - animals also enter our immediate circle of what’s most important to us - a bond. Our bonds can be with friends on IG or a tiny frog on the garden. Our first bonds, interests or loves stay with us forever. As I spent most of my life traveling my bond was to my parents and our animals - luckily we all shared this love for our extended family which we created as we never lived in one “home”. As you know, Florida is now my home and at the other end of my circle - my extended family is once again the animals. The usual suspects like Mr T can keep me entertained for hours - always available to talk or to listen... then at home are waiting the two little Viking Dogs - Astrid and Bjorn (also great listeners)- following me on my garden Rounds or sleeping by my feet as I look through the pictures of the day... I’ve been thinking a lot lately of who is my “tribe”? Who are my people? Our sense of belonging fortunately doesn’t just rest in who we know or what people are in our tribe - it is entirely possible that Nature itself is where we belong... A place filled with the song of the birds, the wind rustling the leaves of the trees, chirping of the frogs at night - a symphony so beautiful and enthralling how can we help but not get lost in it... Perhaps we have never been lost and it was nature that patiently waited for us to notice it! 🦢“Away, away, from men and towns,
    To the wild wood and the downs, —
    To the silent wilderness,
    Where the soul need not repress its music.”
    —Percy Bysshe Shelley
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  • The brown #pelican is the smallest of the nine pelican species, but is often one of the larger seabirds in their range nonetheless. It measures 1 to 1.52 m (3 ft 3 in to 5 ft 0 in) in length and has a wingspan of 2.03 to 2.28 m (6 ft 8 in to 7 ft 6 in). The weight of adults can range from 2 to 5 kg (4.4 to 11.0 lb), about half the weight of the other pelicans found in the Americas. The average weight in Florida of 47 females was 3.17 kg (7.0 lb), while that of 56 males was 3.7 kg (8.2 lb)
  • The brown #pelican is the smallest of the nine pelican species, but is often one of the larger seabirds in their range nonetheless. It measures 1 to 1.52 m (3 ft 3 in to 5 ft 0 in) in length and has a wingspan of 2.03 to 2.28 m (6 ft 8 in to 7 ft 6 in). The weight of adults can range from 2 to 5 kg (4.4 to 11.0 lb), about half the weight of the other pelicans found in the Americas. The average weight in Florida of 47 females was 3.17 kg (7.0 lb), while that of 56 males was 3.7 kg (8.2 lb)
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