Roving Robin Report – Fourth Week of May

By Birdy Diamond

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robin on branch chirping Opinions - photo by Scott LiddellBirdy Diamond here, your Roving Robin Reporter!

I have been tasked by the lovely Sarah to flutter around the web and bring back news of some of the neat & nifty things we birds (& the occasional bloke) are doing, so we don’t miss anything. (Or at least a lot less than we otherwise might.)

Take Action

  • Tisha Berg is teaming up with Vonetta Booker-Brown on Wednesday, June 8th at 7pm EST (midnight London time, alas – will have to see if there will be a recording) to bring you what is looking to be a fantastic free webinar on how to create successful podcasts and videos. I’m already signed up and waiting eagerly – join me?

Take a Break

  • The Jars continue! Kirsty Hall continues to rock out her Jars, providing Art & Entertainment for the fine folks of the Bristol area.

And speaking of Kittehs, the Felines are Frisky this week:

Take Care of You

  • If you enjoy the works of Richard Bach, you’ll enjoy this new venture by Peter Crowell. Part fiction, part autobiography, part Journey, it gets off to a fascinating beginning here.

Flying Away

There’s more out there of course.
There’s always more.

But for now, I must away, to search out new goodies & delights for next time.

If you have anything you’d like me to include in upcoming editions, please let me know in the comments section or on Twitter @EncouragingBird or the hashtag #rovingrobin.

If you have questions or comments on things you’ve seen here or that you’d like to see in upcoming editions, let me know those too. Again, comments or @EncouragingBird are good methods of contact.

Until next time!
Chirp, chirp! :>

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Well that determined kitty had us all laughing here, the girls have watched about 20 times so far :)

Loving the designs of the astro cat, thanks for sourcing these Birdy, a very enjoyable read as usual

    Yeah, we watched it a lot too – most amusing! A kyool lesson in the benefits of perseverance! :>

    Thank you so much, Sarah! :>

    (Sorry for the late reply – I thought I’d already done so. *hides head under wing in embarrassment*)

Thank you for the link to The Daily Tail! :-)

    Most welcome! :-)

    Lotsa good stuff to be found there – quite enjoying my flybys. :>

Thanks for the Beautiful Wildlife Garden share, Birdy! Loret is quite passionate about her wildlife garden, and even more so about her baby birds :)
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    Most welcome! :>

    Thnx for the Tweet that included her Twitter handle – tried to find it on the site and couldn’t.

    I really understand her feelings about the subject – I love both the songbirds and the birds of prey, and the facts are that one often eats the other.

    And then of course there are the ‘portable garden sculptures’ aka bunnies that roam the neighborhood. Also found tasty by many animals I support.

    Not always an easy thing to be comfortable with, this Circle of Life. :>

Thnx for the Tweet that included her Twitter handle – tried to find it on the site and couldn’t.

I really understand her feelings about the subject – I love both the songbirds and the birds of prey, and the facts are that one often eats the other.

And then of course there are the ‘portable garden sculptures’ aka bunnies that roam the neighborhood. Also found tasty by many animals I support.

Not always an easy thing to be comfortable with, this Circle of Life. :>

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