Sunday, February 6, 2011

Sunday spying

I am going to lie at either the front storm dooer or the back storm door and spy on the little animals and the hawk. For each of the past three days, the hawk has been sitting close to the house - either on tree branches or even on our deck railing! He/she is amazing to see up so close.
Happy Stupid Bowl, everybody. I think the game is too noisy for cats. My Dad is bound to be diligently watching, but this year the hoomans will be at home with me rather than going to a party. I personally like the idea of Souper Bowl, and using today to donate canned soup and money for soup kitchens or food banks. But there is no reason not to watch the game and ALSO donate soup!

22 comments:

  1. I do not like Hawks! I have seen them do some very bad things when I watch them out my window. You stay in so he doesn't carry you away!

    I like the Super Bowl! We are staying home and watching too! Have a good time!
    Love, Cody

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  2. Are you planning to catch the hawk ? It looks so huge and scary, like our merikotka (sea eagle). Please make sure it doesn't steal any kitties.
    We have no idea what all the fuss is about with the Super Bowl - it's much more fun watching stinky birds!

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  3. That hawk is so beautiful! How interesting that it is hanging around your house. I wonder what he is up too! Make sure you keep your orange fluffy goodness in the house sweet Simba!!

    Happy Sunday!
    xo Catherine

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  4. The hawk is very pretty. That is weird that he is hanging around your house. Like everyone else said, Simba, don't you go outside. Hawks can be very bad even though they are so handsome. But those are great pictures.Take care.

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  5. Wow, that hawk is amazing! Keep your eye on him/her, Simba!!

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  6. Wow, I can't believe he stayed in your yard, how beautiful he is!!! I think your souper bowl idea is great :-)

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  7. YIKES! HAWK! Mom has seen them at the golf course swooping down and carrying off other birds and little animals. He is gorgeous, but be careful Simba.

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  8. Whoa! That hawk is fascinating and skerry. Be careful around him, okay, Simba?

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  9. What a great idea to donate soup. I'm gonna talk to HH about that.

    pawhugs, Max

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  10. I wonder why that hawk has been hanging out so close, Simba. I hope he is not waiting for you!

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  11. OMC! That hawk is goegeous, but skeery! His claws are LOOONG! We saw another pigeon get taken this week. It was exciting for us, but Mommy says no more Outside for The Baby.

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  12. We mean, Mommy is afraid Mr Hawk will EAT The Baby!

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  13. I'm sure glad we don't have any of those bad birds, but Mom never let's me out anyhow. Be careful Simba and stay behind the door.
    Kassey

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  14. That is a very good close up of Mr. Hawk. We have a lot of raptors here but they usually catch nothing bigger than mice and small birds.

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  15. That is a gorgeous hawk Simba! He must be getting closer to see how handsome you are so be careful!

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  16. That hawk is very handsome but he has nasty claws and a big beak - don't let him fool you into thinking he is your furrend.

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  17. That is a beautiful bird, but I don't think you will see many little critters around!

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  18. Beautiful capture of the hawk, mommy said! Ours are hard to get a picture of. Your mom rocks and YOU stay inside where you won't get carried away! You're much to beautiful to be a hawk supper.
    xox

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  19. Handsome but deadly, Simba! I heard they could fly away with a cat! At least, that's what my mom told us when we had a hawk family in one of our trees--she could have only been trying to warn us not to run outside (as if!).

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  20. I like the souper bowl idea. My human donates time at a soup kitchen. It's sad that so many humans are hungry. She also collects money to buy food for their street pets.

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  21. Whoa! We have seen a hawk but never so close and personal!

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