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January Birds — Roth Poetry

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Photo: Dwight L. Roth

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Cold weather in January always brings the birds to my feeder. They bring me a lot of joy as I watch them gobbling down the sunflower seeds and millet. The Red Bellied Woodpecker and Mourning Dove share the feeder together. This is nice to see since birds are often very competitive for the food. Perhaps we could learn from them how to get along.

Woodpecker and dove,  Share my winter bird feeder,  A lesson for all

Photo: Dwight L. Roth

Kim at d’Verse asked us to write a Haibun that talks about January and all it brings with it. I love my winter birds so I chose to write this one.

Come join us at: https://dversepoets.com

Many thanks to Roth Poetry for sharing…

Look at those wings — Amy’s Birds

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via Look at those wings — Amy’s Birds

Many thanks to Amy’s Birds for sharing…

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I saw this juvenile Bald Eagle circling for a long time over Haney Creek in Stuart yesterday morning.

Eagle wingspan: 6 to 7.5 feet!

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It’s not unusual to see an eagle in this Stuart and Jensen Beach area north of the St. Lucie River, but I think this is the first juvenile I’ve spotted.

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According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission…

The bald eagle, our national bird and a symbol of the United States, is a conservation success story. Today, Florida, has one of the densest concentrations of nesting bald eagles in the lower 48 states. While no longer listed under the U.S. Endangered Species Act or the Florida Endangered and Threatened Species rules, bald eagles remain protected by both the state eagle rule (68A-16.002, F.A.C.) and federal law.

Florida has an Eagle Watch program coordinated through Florida Audubon.

 

via Look at those wings — Amy’s Birds

Roots festival participants pay homage to Kunta Kinteh’s village – The Point Newspaper, Banjul, The Gambia

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International and national participants of the ongoing International Roots Festival on Monday visited Kunta Kinteh Island in Juffureh, the native village of the most famous Gambian slave, Kunta Kinteh.

The participants visited the slave museum where most of the materials used by the slaves during the slavery days are being kept for posterity.

Kunta Kinteh Island, formerly known as James Island, was a place where thousands of slaves departed from to various parts of America or the West Indies.

 

Source: Roots festival participants pay homage to Kunta Kinteh’s village – The Point Newspaper, Banjul, The Gambia

11 Reasons You Should Be A Pilot | Boldmethod

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Have you thought about becoming a pilot? Here are 11 reasons you should start right now.

Source: 11 Reasons You Should Be A Pilot | Boldmethod

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