The last time I shared the life of the gardens nighttime temperatures were below freezing and there was snow on the ground.
Now windows are opened both day and night while the cacophony of bird songs overwhelm one’s sense of hearing.
Babies are born, flowers grow and vegetables harvested.
The gardens are another year older as are its inhabitants …
At first he was unseen. Blending in with berries and leaves. But as the lens came into focus so did he.
When we strive to provide an environment which welcomes wild creatures
We are creating not only habitats where humans and wildlife coexist
We are creating opportunities to look into their eyes and see
They are more than feathers
Working in a garden that is also designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat
Allows an individual the time to commune with the natural world.
And life is everywhere
Joy is contagious!
CERTIFIED WILDLIFE HABITAT #139,583