Yesterday’s Finds

Black-bellied Whistling-duck – Mullet Lake Park – October 2020

“Birds will give you a window, if you allow them. They will show you secrets from another world– fresh vision that, though it is avian, can accompany you home and alter your life. They will do this for you even if you don’t know their names– though such knowing is a thoughtful gesture. They will do this for you if you watch them.”
― Lyanda Lynn Haupt, Rare Encounters with Ordinary Birds

American Kestrel – Mullet Lake Park – October 2020

2 thoughts on “Yesterday’s Finds

  1. I wonder why they are called whistling ducks? Do they actually whistle? 🙂 Love its colours, though. Interesting quote too, it made me research the author too, “an ecophilosopher, naturalist, and author of several books.” Looks like a perfect match!

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