on May 20, 2015 @ 10:21 am|
have to share this... yesterday while waiting for the bus i was entertained by a magpie!!! honestly this bird was trying to cross the street at the crosswalk!!!at first i thought it was going for food on the road... no it was trying to cross the street!!!! it took 3 attempts but a bus finally waited and let it hobble across the street .. yes it could fly as it flew off across the field once it had safely crossed... and yes other people saw it too!!!
|Great story! on May 20, 2015 @ 11:29 am|
I often notice mama ducks and her ducklings crossing the street. It's so nice to see that people actually care and stop to let them go by. In this fast-paced world I find it a breath a fresh air to take a step back and admire nature's beautiful creatures. I've also seen a magnificent Blue Heron drop by the local pond every lunch hour for a quick meal. Quite a sight to see! You never know what might be passing by at any given moment. Take care! ;-)
|Haha on May 20, 2015 @ 01:26 pm|
Aww that's cute :)
|SMART MAGPIE!-blubie on May 20, 2015 @ 01:32 pm|
Where I live in Hamilton well really it is called Hannon it is on the outskirts of Hamilton, Ontario we often are stopped to let a family of ducks cross the road and this is a very busy main road. I think it is so great to watch them all cross as long as you do not cause an accident and can stop safely. Very nice story burbie thanks for sharing it with us. Have a nice day !!!
|animals on May 20, 2015 @ 04:00 pm|
Such a cute story burbie. Where we live, you never know what you might see going across the road. I usually see a family of turkeys crossing the road. The 2 adults will be in front and the little ones are marching right behind them. They are so cute. Sometimes, it's a doe and baby. Tuesday, I had to go get a mower battery and I saw something move in the road. As I got near it, it was a baby otter. I hit my brakes, because it was so scared and just stopped in the road, not knowing which way to go. Thankfully, the driver on the other side stopped also and it ended up going back in the bushes on my side. It was so tiny and cute. Ginger.