Another nest in the front yard, but which kind of bird!?

I’m turning into Michael Keaton day by day. Why? Because in 2014 he was Birdman and 7 years later the title has been bestowed on me. Ok, no one calls me that but I’ve given myself that nickname due to all the birds I’ve been obsessed with since the beginning of the year. I evenContinue reading “Another nest in the front yard, but which kind of bird!?”

When robin parents attack!

Who knew robins could be so protective! Gosh, wow. I have been lightly monitoring a nest in my front yard that started like this. It progressed to this. Interesting development though, and maybe bird people out there already knew this, but as the chicks grew, the parents became more aggressive towards outsiders (me). This isContinue reading “When robin parents attack!”

Where I pick up from the most – notes from an Uber Eats driver in Nashville, Tennessee

As an Uber Eats driver mostly driving in south Nashville, I have put together a list of restaurants that seem to be popular with customers. This list is generally about where I pick up from, not necessarily anywhere I’ve visited as a customer, although as a vegan, half the list is possible. Most of theContinue reading “Where I pick up from the most – notes from an Uber Eats driver in Nashville, Tennessee”

Robin Chicks Growing So Fast!

Lately I’ve been writing about birds, and I’m very ok with that! Birds have been around for… what, like at least a decade right? But only recently have I been interested in them. It mostly came from when I started taking pictures of birds at a Florida beach. Check out a few photos of eagles,Continue reading “Robin Chicks Growing So Fast!”

Robin Eggs – Three Hatched, One To Go…

A quick update on the robin eggs in my front yard that I’ve been posting about… In the beginning there were four eggs. It was a fun surprise to discover the nest when I was mowing and ever since then, I’ve been peeking in to check the progress. The mom is quick to flutter awayContinue reading “Robin Eggs – Three Hatched, One To Go…”