Category Archives: Wisconsin

Beer can litterbug

These cans were found scattered along the west ditch of my road. I walked and picked them up, and recycled them properly.

It’s bad enough that probably the same litterbugs are tossing their garbage out for others to pick up.

The worst part is that this litterbug was drinking and driving! That’s not good news for anyone else using the road.

I hope whoever is tossing trash out their car/truck window grows up and remembers what their mother told them when they were young. “Throw your trash in the garbage can, not on the floor or on the road.” Also, “DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE!”

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Three short videos

They are gathering and soon will be heading south for the winter.

Sandhill Cranes and Canada geese are the biggest and easiest to spot.

They were silent this evening.

One last bird was trying to catch up with the rest.

I sure hope the one found its friends before nightfall. It’s better to travel with family and friends.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

An outside view of birds at feeder

This time I stood out in the cool of the morning, capturing these birds at the feeder.

I really wanted to get the blue jays, but they were too shy and mostly stayed in the trees.

Those same blue jays usually are the bullies at the feeder. When they show up, others wait to take their turns.

Today the little guys came, even though I stood nearby.

Wildbirds at the feeder are my entertainment.

Until next time, that’s all there is on Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Feeding the birds

This feeder used to be filled to the top. Because of raccoons, I add a little food every morning so there is nothing else left at the end of the day.

This is what happens each morning. It’s breakfast time for the birds.

One of my favorite songs is Feed the Birds from the movie, Mary Poppins.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.