Are you fascinated by birds, their ability to escape the confines of earth with flight, their marvelous color patterns and not in the least, their song?

Have you complied a life list over the years? What are your favorites among those birds you have seen and heard?

Having watched and studied birds most of my life and compiled a substantial life list from various parts of the country and beyond, I have my favorites amongst the group and they are now prominently displayed on the wall in my great room as seen on the right.

It might even be fun to include your state bird in the center of that group. I am in the process of including all the state birds in my collection. Enter the gallery by clicking on any of the images or on the gallery link above, and see what you like.

Into the Wind - A New Book to Review

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What if you lost your freedom?

That is exactly what happens to Darius, a wild mustang who grew up on the great American plains. His peaceful life is suddenly over when he is captured and forced to live in stock pens, only to be sold and loved by a young girl and then turned into a rodeo bucking horse.

But even in the darkest places, there is always hope. Darius learns that lesson when he meets Earl, a Lakota Sioux Native American.

But can Earl really help him?

Into the Wind is a Young Adult story about self-discovery and growing up on the great American plains. If you like books that include action, warmth, and horses, then you will love this book by author Susan Metcalfe Honneus. This exciting tale is told from the horse’s point of view for teens of all ages.

Get this book today!

Sue says, “I have written a book about the life of a wild horse on the Great Plains in the United States.

“Darius is a wild mustang born free on the open plains.  But can he stay free?  What happens when a helicopter chases the horses or when he is attacked by a cougar?

“This exciting tale of a spirited horse will have you on the edge of your seat and clamoring for more.”

Click this link to get your copy. After reading Darius’ story, please leave a favorable review, because this will help draw attention to the plight of the wild horses on our public lands.

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