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We finally have wrens living in our wren box. So cute!

from Folksy

In an English Country Garden Needlecase Full Kit

In an English Country Garden Needlecase Pattern... - Folksy - reminds me of a needlework by my grandmother.

A Wren flew into my house today, I am reminded of Celt bird lore...a Wren is an embodiment of the divine feminine, but was oddly known as the 'king' of birds due to her immense singing voice. Due to this, she was beloved by Bards and thought to inspire joy, light heartedness, and creativity in all it's forms...message received and understood!!

from the Guardian

How to make a mini wildlife stack for your garden

Creepy Crawly Towers My other dream house

Bird Food Garland.... I need to make one... my feathered friends have almost eaten all the seeds in the garden already.

One summer I had this strange looking bird in my garden. For weeks I kept wondering what is was, and mentioning out loud how similar its movement and stance was to robins:). Even though Robins are my ultimate favourite, and spirit animal, I had never seen a baby Robin before:) This one is already breaking its tangerine chest <3

Possibly the best known of the North American spotted brown thrushes and the only one that commonly nests in parks and gardens, the 8-inch-long wood thrush is noted for its incredibly musical song, a flutelike ee-oh-lay. The wood thrush is known by several other names, including bellbird, in reference to its clarionlike song.

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Nevada State Capital Building

Pink sedum, echinacea, Russian sage, and spiky bright purple liatris in mid-late Summer. The tallest shrub, Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway' Joe-Pye Weed, is a prairie native, and should do well in the Intermountain West.

Strelitzia Kirstenbosch botanical gardens Cape Town (ironically this is the flower emblem for L.A. but it comes from South Africa).