We have known each other for a long time. In the garden of the small house, some distance from here, she used to perch in the old tree, just in the corner, and was able to follow my progress in the morning, making coffee, in the kitchen. Often the Crow and I looked at each other, appreciating each other’s company, and the morning peace.
When we moved here she gave me a recommendation for her jackdaw cousins (large birds with streaks of white on their bellies), who inhabit this neighbourhood, and, to tell the truth, most of the city’s parks and streets.
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Image: The Crow and the Heron © Honoré Dupuis, 2012
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This reminds of the kind of conversations I have with passing ducks, geese and occasionally with a well-behaved dog 🙂
I’m glad I’m not alone in that, Peter 😉
That’s very familiar to me. 😉 I often talk to animals of all kind. 😉 And very often the conversations are much more satisfying than the many I have with humans…
Me too 🙂
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