Birding is rewarding in the winter because for me personally the kestrel has been such a difficult bird to capture. All summer I tried without success. Finally I was able to capture the kestrel in the winter months.
In the winter the kestrel seemed to perch a bit longer. It did not seem to mind being in close proximity to people.
At one point the kestrel left its perch. He went into a pine tree and when he emerged, his food was in his talons.
God certainly does provide for all.
Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them…..Matthew 6:25-34
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