Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Saguaro Nest

When we drove up to the house today, we noticed movement in the saguaro cactus at the end of the driveway.  It's not unusual for birds to make their nests in the rotted out spots - woodpeckers actually carve out the cactus for this purpose - and we've seen birds in other cacti around town.  But these two creatures belong to us.
Here's a closer look at their nest.  Two fine feathered friends, cuddling up in their cactus home.

I tried to get a close-up picture from the truck but it was running and the vibration (and leaning out the window, over Ed) made it difficult to keep the camera steady.  But here they are.

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2015: I Do Laundry And Bring Strawberries
2014: A Match Made In Trucking Heaven
2013: Shiny Ride Home
2012: Chow Fun And Coconut Bliss
2011: Beautiful By Nature. Dirty By Choice.
2010: Let’s Go Shopping!!!
2009: A Magnificent Place To Wait For A Train
2008: Old Blue Eyes Was Right When He Said It Was A Very Good Year
2007: The Hills Are Alive…Or Are They?
2006: Nostalgia
2005: 37 Going On 20

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