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Exhaustion – Day 80 of 366

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  • Heidi Steinert-Bresilge 2 weeks ago

    Travel well, beautiful bird Spirit.

  • Greta 2 weeks ago

    So sad, they face so many hardships. Rest in Peace, lovely bird.

  • Carol Deese

    Oh thanks. I didn’t feel bad enough. What are you thinking!

    • Adrienne 2 weeks ago

      Carol, have you never seen a dead animal and taken a moment to observe its beauty in the stillness? To appreciate Its uniquiness? To touch its feathers or fur and feel the softness? How many of us are privileged to see something so rare at all, much less right in front of us?

      When I find a something dead in my yard or the woods, whether it be a bird, squirrel, mouse, whatever, I give it a memorial. I gather flowers, leaves, stones, anything that is natural and interesting, and place it all in a respectful way below our ancient purple lilac (if its close to home). I say words of gratitude and respect, out loud and silently, both to the deceased itself and to the animal that will partake of it. My sons learned to do much the same when they were little. This may be too much for many folks, but it works for me. I believe that Jim’s videos do the same for him and his crew.

  • Shirley Reierson

    Yes, it is sad. But it is a part of life, so I will share it. It is a beautiful tribute.

  • Pamela Traxler

    This is a sad reality. But still, thanks for sharing.

  • Tom Thomas

    That is so sad.

  • Shelley Southcott

    Not quite the uplifting stuff I’m accustomed to from you, but part of life. Poor thing. Sad. I am not sharing this one today with everything that’s going on in the world. I’m sure you won’t take that the wrong way. Thanks! Stay well.

  • Susan DeLegge

    Thank you, sometime difficult to see reality. I cannot share today for many are way too overwhelmed. And cannot deal with reality well right now.

  • Barb carlson 2 weeks ago

    Peace.

  • Looks lile a complete white out down here.

  • Life and death….. still sad to see…

  • Ah poor baby, tried so hard; thank you

  • It looks like there were two sandhills? How sad.

  • Merlin 2 years ago

    Everything that lives dies. But I wish it weren’t so. We are all so much more than a collection of cells and atoms and experiences. I believe the animals have souls like we do and return to the Creator, like we do. Thank you for your efforts and this site.

  • Suzanne 2 years ago

    Rest in peace.

  • Jissée 2 years ago

    Unfortunately, everybody has to die some day…

  • How sad! I love Sandhill cranes

  • Rest In Peace, dear beautiful bird.

  • Surprised something wasn’t eating on it.

    • Adrienne 2 weeks ago

      I imagine somebody would carry it away during the night.

  • Sus Baumtrog 3 years ago

    Tired beauty. Worn feathers. Long journey. Rest now. Rest.

  • Very touching.

  • Marcia 3 years ago

    So sad, death of such a beautiful bird.

  • Kathy 3 years ago

    Life is fragile, handle with prayer.

  • portelli.therese@yahoo.fr 3 years ago

    TRISTE…….

  • beauty of life and death…

  • Suzanne 3 years ago

    A touching reminder of the cycle of life..

  • lael Bradshaw 3 years ago

    thank you for all

  • Kathryn 3 years ago

    Oh poor thing. As beautiful as nature is, we have to remember how fragile it is too.

  • Carol Carlson 3 years ago

    the fragility of life.

  • This made me think of once when I was young living in West Pittsburgh CA near the Sacramento river I watched a flock of honkers flying over in a storm against the wind when all of the sudden one just sort of plummeted out of the sky. I was surprised, They make it look so easy most of the time.

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