First Flight of a Cardinal

First Flight

This is a Cardinal. A fledgling about to take it’s first flight. My gardens are always a work in progress. They are every changing and growing to fit the needs of the many visitors. From the large turkeys to the small moles.

There is something for all to eat and drink. There are places to hide and to take cover. Where frogs and crickets give song to the night. All are welcomed. I might be seen saving Dragonflies from spider’s webs. A summer place of great delight.

“Where you have a plot of land, however small, plant a garden. Staying close to the soil is good for the soul.”
– Spencer W. Kimball

[Guest post by Kathleen Straube]

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