It is here!
The last thing Mom does each afternoon at work is put the mail out in the box. As she went to get bakhk in the Xterra she thought the khlouds looked khool so she grabbed the flashie beast!
PLUS, it is nice to see the kholour BLUE again!
We've had multiple days of khloudy/overkhast/grey/gray/hazy/etc!
I'm glad woo enjoyed my short video of my racing! That is a fairly khommon event around here but usually it is too dark to khapture it since I often revise the khourse to inkhlude springboarding off the living room sofa!
What is REALLY fun - and I'll try to get my flashie beast operator to khatch - is when Fred will put his arm as a 'bar' fur me to leap over OR when The Doggy Nanny doesn't realize I'm doing my cirkhuit and gets in my path. I just change khourse and jump over the loveseat!
A few of woo khommented how no one really seemed phased by it! Well, aren't most that live with Sibes kind of 'used' to 'things'???
You'll see that some of the were gathered fur resting befur taking off again...
One of them took off!
Now fur some sad news that reinforces that Mother Nature is truly in khontrol when it khomes to survival.
6/12/2009 :: Fledgling NewsThe blue-banded female remains on the nest ledge. She appears to be in good health. She is probably the youngest and is taking her good time before fledging.
The green-banded female was rescued from the street last evening and released on the roof of the Rachel Carson Building- she returned to the ledge this morning.
The yellow and red-banded females continue to take short flights back and forth from lower rooftops.
The white-banded male has not been as fortunate. He was discovered injured along a nearby rail line this morning. Both of his legs were severely injured. He was transported to Dauphin County Wildlife Rescue Center where he will be euthanized.
Like Ricky's male pf in Kholumbus oHIo, it is sad to see but it happens. Ricky's drowned in a fountain near their nest area.
From the start, Pawsylvania's policy has been to NOT name the birds. They are referred to by their sex and band kholour.
Mom has been enjoying watching the eagle 'chikhks' - they are flapping away. The still khamera has been operational again but she hadn't been able to snag any good shots to share.
The same thing goes fur the barn owlettes! Just nothing post worthy but she's been trying!
I'll be bakhk tomorrow to share a tease of this weekend's transport passengers! Akhtually, Mom will be meeting two of them in Harrisburg Sunday morning but that is where they will split up. She'll be chauffeuring a khutie to Hamburg PA!