So this two-legged creature is very nice. They put out food for us birds – and nice food too – no shells just seed! but then she will come out with 3 four-footed creatures. I have seen these before and they love to chase us birds. So I have taken to following some safety procedures.
1st this is this little structure that has an opening in it I can hide in. This is very close to the food. So I come out of the tree and hop into this opening and keep an eye out for a while. When it is safe, I swoop in.
then, after I have eaten my fill (or if danger appears), this same structure has a nice bolt hole I can hop into where the four-legged ones can’t get at me.
nice example of nature’s camouflage …. he was coming down the tree and Snoopy was way to interested so I yelled and he ran back up. this is where he landed and thought he was hiding from me – after all – he couldn’t see me so that must mean I can’t see him right?
So every year I have my holiday card as a photo of my cats. This year I went all out and made a winter wonderland in the back yard. While I was putting it together the cats were very interested – meowing inside not able to wait to get outside. Once I got the camera up and was ready for them, I let them out – they then had zero interest — uggghh. So the 1st photo is that of the very Christmassy set up that I did – the second, the picture I ended up with for the card. Sometimes I wish my cats were dogs, it would be so nice to say “sit” and have them do so. Oh well.
I’m not sure where I heard that, but once I did that statement reminds me to not just look ahead, but behind and up and left and right. And then do so again from a higher or lower level. I love the look of this fall tree that looked very pretty in its colors looking at it straight on, but was more beautiful (to me) from directly beneath looking up.