Tuesday, November 1, 2011

birdwatching / bird-spektado

birdwatching / bird-spektado
one advantage of having a cat enclosure on a balcony that Iggy & Fae now enjoy is up-close bird watching. Queensland kitties are really spoiled in this regard because there are a MILLION different singing/noisy birds around here-- even native parrots that you only see in petstores elsewhere! and all of them are outside our windows at some point or another.
below is a short video of this morning's birdwatching.

unu avantaĝo pri havi kat-fermitejo sur balkono, kiun Iggy k Fae nun ĝuas, estas tre proksima bird-spektado. Kvinslandaj katoj estas ege bonŝancaj rilate al tio ĉar ĉi tie estas MIL MILOJ da diversaj kantantaj/bruemaj bridoj-- eĉ indiĝenaj papagoj, kiujn oni ne vidas krom ĉe dombest-vendejoj eksterlande! kaj ĉiuj el tiuj birdoj videblas ekster niaj fenestroj de tempo al tempo.
jen mallonga filmo pri la ĉi-matena bird-spektado.


note: did you notice Iggy's neck? Fae did that! AGAIN! she gets very zealous while (play)fighting with Iggy and poor Iggy hardly has any fur on his neck/head so Fae's teeth and claws go straight into his skin. :( i wonder how Sphynxes cope with battle wounds...

noto: ĉu vi rimarkis la kolon de Iggy? Fae tion faris! DENOVE! ŝi fariĝas tro fervora kiam ŝi (lud)batalas kun Iggy kaj kompatinda Iggy apenaŭ havas pelton sur lia kolo/kapo do la dentoj kaj ungegoj de Fae tuj eniras lian haŭton :( mi scivolas, kiel Sfinks-katoj traktas batalojn....

she's not as innocent as she looks! / ŝi ne estas tiel naiva kiel ŝi aspektas!

10 comments:

  1. Oooohhh...birdies up on a gum tree! I miss that! purrr....meow!

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  2. Oh, poor Iggy! We don't likes him being hurt. We wuz Fae too, but gosh! Our Mumsy does stuff in a Feederwatch Program. We encourage her participation...yup. And we ummmmm, help her watch the feeders...yup.

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  3. Bird t.v. for the children! Lovely :)
    Mitalee leaves "love bites" on Esme's neck some times too.Battle scars :p


    the critters in The Cottage xo

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  4. Wowie, what fabulous bird-TV you have!

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  5. Wow !!! Great video !! Mom laf when see your ears rool and roll : )

    I hope Iggy's neck is ok., I purrs for you to heal so quick , my friend
    xoxo

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  6. It looks like you guys get great Bird TV!!

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  7. Now THAT is some great Bird TV!

    Purring and praying that Iggy's neck is okay...

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  8. We have been thinking of you too, thanks for stopping by. The birds in Australia are extraordinary for sure! The video caught Neytiri's attention! Purrs that Iggy's neck will heal up quick. That enclosure is awesome and how great that Iggy and Fae get to have all that bird action up close.

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  9. Up-close bird watching...Fae and Iggy are very lucky! I can see Iggy's neck wound. I hope it will heal soon.

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