Friday, January 20, 2012
Photohunters: Animal and Bliss
The animal below (male cardinal) finds his bliss in the warm bath after I get the ice out.
Although I have started keeping my backyard fence closed so the feline animals don't interrupt the aviary animals bliss on my deck, the feline animals still find bliss with my front yard bird baths.
Many animals find their bliss in my yard and on my deck.
I used to tell the cats to go home but I don't bother anymore although I do try to make sure the birds have some protected areas, especially in the winter.
Since I encourage birds to make their home in my yard, it's not a surprise that the neighborhood cats also arrive for a little bliss.
One of my neighbors told me he knew I took care of the birds and that I shouldn't worry about their cats because they weren't hunters. His cat below showed his reaction to that naive statement.
For the most part I do think the birds can find their bliss without too much danger from home fed predatory animals.
The animals with jingle collars announce their presence.
The blissful animals that fly have an advantage due to maneuverability.
The animal below seems fairly blissful hanging out with my inanimate bird.
All in all I'd say my yard provides bliss for a variety of animals, and hopefully the hunters don't get too many meals from the prey.
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