Hope your holidays season is going well for those who take part in the festivities. Things are winding down at work, well, let’s put it in a more accurate manner – my workdays are coming to a close this year but work is definitely not winding down and 2015 is looking to be back on the SAP roller coaster once again. As for now, I’m enjoying taking the last of my vacation days and thought I’d spend a bit of that working on the blog quota. As mentioned previously, I have a number of posts in the queue in the Halloween decoration arena and thanks to an awesome recent gift from my brother looks like I’ll be adding additional chapters to that project – more to come! I try to keep a variety around here, and therefore weaving in other topics among Posey posts. In that vein I give you a bird that has a history of taunting me.
This bird of prey may be small in stature, but what it makes up for in size is more than compensated by its elusiveness. For those not familiar with this ornately colored bird it is the American Kestrel. Living out in the country I have the benefit putting eyes on these cool birds fairly often. Typically they are spotted hanging out on a high overhead wire or on top of a tall sign. Whenever I’m driving I’ll routinely scan those areas looking for a solitary bird staring intently at the ground.
Hit the jump to see and read more about the Kestrel.