One morning recently I was watching a pair of bald eagles, one was perched in the top of a tree, the other one was fishing, then flew up an perched in the tree near the mate. And the two of them proceeded to talk with one another. Loudly, I was probably 500 feet away and I could easily hear them.
I wonder what they were saying to one another? Was it kind? Was it affection? Was it disappointment? Or anger? I wonder if they wish they could understand us?
probably just commenting on what was seen whilst fishing.ReplyDelete
They do understand us....thats why the continue to play along they don't.ReplyDelete
Can you blame them?
At times we make no senseDelete
Are they rather good photos of a woodpecker? There may be a song in If we could understand Animals.....oh, kinda been done before, If we could talk to the Animals.ReplyDelete
Some kind of a woodpecker,Delete
Our cats seem to have a conversations, too, and I always wonder what it is they're saying. They sometimes even piss each other off.ReplyDelete
Maybe they are talking about SG, and his need for a fur coat.Delete
I imagine, both domestic and in the wild, look at us and wonder what the heck we're doing, as they soar and nap and roam and rest and play.ReplyDelete
All of this work, to live a comfortable life, Thoreau wondered where we went wrong.Delete
Those are some very deep questions for a Saturday morning! I imagine they don't view us in a favorable light.ReplyDelete
We are rather annoying at times.Delete
They were probably gossiping about you. You don't want to know.ReplyDelete
Sometimes it is fun to hear what they are sayingDelete
I wish they could understand us.ReplyDelete
Maybe they do, and we are the one's that lack understanding?Delete