Friday, April 20, 2007

So much to learn

I want to know why.
So many questions.
So much diversity.
So much to learn.


Chrissie said...

I have started to look up every bird and insect I see now :-) Thank you, Q, for encouraging me to keep learning :-)

Deb said...

I agree with Chris ... I get so much inspiration from your pictures that I want to keep learning about every different bird I see and there is so much to learn :-) I often find myself saying "Q would love this" :-)

Mary said...

It's all so mysterious and complex! I think I'll put that book on my wishlist. During the course of a day, I probably wonder at least 20 times. Thanks for the tip, Shery.

Q said...

Hi Chris,
So many bugs and birds and plants and stars! I enjoy knowing all their names and understanding, to the best of my ability, how I can live in harmony.
We are backyard naturalist.
We can learn together.

Q said...

Hi Deb,
Q does love it all!!!
You included!
I also refer to you in conversation.
"Deb, in Canada, ......."
It is so nice we can teach each other! How is "Birdsong"? Looks as if it is a beautiful book.

Q said...

Dear Mary,
Inquiring minds want to know!!
I wish I knew more bird speak.
Working on that while I learn how to record bird songs.
I want to "talk with the animals" more. I could report.., "Mr. Bumbles told of a lack of flowers in the mid-west! He suggest more wild flower gardens."

Mary said...

I am curious as to how you like the book. I could use a reference book like that.

Q said...

Dear Mary,
I am enjoying this book. Learning much about birds. It is not a field guide but more about the behavior and the basic structures of the birds in general; feathers, bones, beaks etc...
I am not very far into it yet. Looks as if I will be able to learn about different families. I think it is an excellent book for birders.