After the eggs mysteriously disappeared from the nest in our front yard this spring, we’re definitely going to consider putting one of these spikey things around our tree next year just like they do around all of the bird houses on the walking trails here Somewhere-in-the-Middle-of-the-USA.  (Can you see one of those bridges I adore in the background?!?!?)

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  1. HEY! I know my wordpress has been messing up and I’m no longer getting emails from any of the people I’m following when they post new blogs! I usually spend a good hour a day going through the emails and commenting on blogs and then it stopped and I didn’t touch anything! It’s really frustrating. So I’m having to go to each persons website on here and just posting on the newest blog. It makes me sad 😦 Just takes so much longer. I hope whatever it is fixes itself soon. But I love this picture! You’ll see me around, I’m not going anywhere 😉 Thank you for checking in on me!!

  2. That is one gnarly looking thing!! WOW! Even the rogue squirrels where I’m at would be afraid of that :))


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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.


Animals, Nature, Photography


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