February 18, 2017

Profiles of Critters


Thank you, friends who expressed concern for Flash and sent wishes for me to feel better. I do; sometimes a night of sleeping works wonders!

Flash seemed to feel okay today except there was a time this evening when he coughed for a little while. I have a complicated schedule that the vet gave me for his new medications and I had to adjust it a little because it's impractical to give him one pill at 1:00 AM and then start the next day's meds at 5 AM.


Red-bellied woodpecker
Goose
Mourning Dove
Canada Geese

12 comments:

  1. Love ALL your profiles this week. It's been so long since I've see a Canada Goose in 'real time'. Long ago, when I did...I used to really enjoy hearing them talk to each other.

    Great post.

    Thanks for sharing this link with us birders today at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

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    1. ps...I had to click on the previous post link to read about Flash...

      Sad. I DO HOPE he IMPROVES!!

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  2. I so love all the profiles you're sharing with us today, sweet Linda, our critters are such a blessing to us !

    Wishing you a lovely Sunday and new week ahead,
    with utmost gratitude

    XOXO Dany

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  3. Hello, I hope Flash will be OK. Love the all the birds, especially the woodie and the goose. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your week ahead!

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  4. Nice collection of critters! Glad Flash is feeling better.

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  5. cool to share profiles only. Realized I miss the canada goose. They have not come back yet. :(

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  6. Beautiful shots!

    There's one Canada goose that decided to winter over here. I saw him or her again this morning amid a whole lot of ducks.

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  7. Wonderful shots of the all the wildlife. Glad Flash is doing better. Hope you have a wonderful new week.

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  8. Glad to hear Flash is doing better. Have a great week!

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  9. Such lovely profiles ...

    Good wishes to you and Flash - take care

    All the best Jan

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  10. I enjoyed these photos. Glad to hear you and Flash are both feeling better.

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