What’s In My Garden? #83

Laughing Dove (2020/07/07)

Thank you very much for taking the time to join me in exploring our garden.

Till next time, please stay safe and healthy. Have a fabulous day.


” A garden should be in a constant state of fluid change, expansion, experiment, adventure; above all, it should be an inquisitive, loving, but self-critical journey on the part of its owner.”   ~HE Bates

3 thoughts on “What’s In My Garden? #83

    1. Yes they are indeed. I was one of those confused people till I met my client turned friend in 1998. She is the one who introduced me to birding and the one who pushed me to start living my dream and become a photographer. I will always be grateful for meeting her.

  1. I have one more observation that I would like to share with you. Since my childhood, I have observed one strange thing about Doves. They lay eggs without even making a complete nest. As a result, the eggs fall and break. The weirdest thing is that they keep looking to the broken eggs from the top and wonder why they fell at all. I deliberately helped a few doves in completing their nests because I was sick of watching those eggs broken. They were always so careless about it.