Featuring Digital PhotoArt of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue

The Birds of Rainbow Creek

The Birds of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue of Kates Cabin Bird Sanctuary in Waller County, Texas

Monday, February 1, 2010

Febrruary 5, 2010 Discover Life On Rainbow Creek by: brendasue

Record Winter Storm Blankets most of U. S.
Kates Cabin Escapes Into Spring.

Welcome to our Nature Class. This is buzzbee. It seems his rights as a living being on this planet have been violated. (Whatever) So he is going to give the signal to begin the class today.
It is okay as Kay Lonnie is still pretty distraught that Little King said her lines yesterday while she was still getting ready for her photoshoot.
Buzzbee indicates that his signal for starting the class will be to demonstrate jumping into an apple blossom.

Let the Class Begin! Good Show, Buzzbee!

Welcome to the People of Earth! Come on in. This is the front gate to Kates Cabin. Our class is meeting out here today as we have someone special coming to Kates.
My Photography Instructor, Doug Box and his lovely wife, LaVelda are coming to Kates in search of Signs of Spring. It is hard to believe it is finally a nice sunny spring day here. They will be so surprised!
Our Photostudy today will be out here in the pansy bed. They love the cold weather. The Texas sun has some warmth in it today!

What is Your Favorite Color?

Look at this guy who just flew in.

This is the first time this daddy blue jay let his new baby boy come to the feeding station.

He is a proud pappa.

What a fine young jay this is. They live here yearround.

Here is our resident cardinal-Big Dad. Last year he raised 3 sets of babies.

What a great day it was for signs of spring here at Kates! Doug and LaVelda Box liked Kates Cabin so much that He is going to have some Seminars here at this Nature Studio in the Woods. So maybe I will get to meet alot of you when you can come on down to Texas to Doug's Class.

Does anybody know who this showoff is???? Yes, right again, it is King Buzz.

And there he goes up to his tall pine tree for the night. Goodnite, King and Goodnite Kate!

Goodnight Everyone, Everywhere.

And Thank You Doug & LaVelda for a great day in the garden at Kates!

one more for Mom:
When the red, red, robin Comes bob, bob, bobbing along. (Along)
There will be no more crying when he starts singing his own sweet song:
Wake Up! Get Up! Get out of bed----- Get Up! Get Up! You Sleepyhead!
Laugh, love, live and be happy..................

........................brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek...when the red, red.............!

katescabin@gmail.com or snail mail at P O Box 743, Hempstead, Texas 77445

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