South of Tonight

Sporadic murmurs and other pomegranates from a one-way street. Art may be viewed at leapingbluehare.wordpress.com

Saw our first killdeer chick of the season.

It hatched while we were in Colorado. Now just keep the feral cats away. Last year we observed only two killdeer chicks. One was run over and the other disappeared. Think the feral cats munched most of the clutches of 2009. Had always seen several clutches each year until the cats appeared. Neutering feral cats may be an option for urban locales but in rural areas they need to be relocated or otherwise controlled. They are a bane to the native wildlife.
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