A dove sleepily catching the last sun on the wire in our street
We have a pair of Red-eyed Bulbul on our garden
They're still getting fruits and buds from the trees
A yummy berry
Gardeners John and Jacob enjoy their breakfast in the early morning sun. They have strict instructions not to feed Skabenga any tidbits at all
Skabenga is growing in leaps and bounds. To us it looks as though every day he's increased in height and bulk. However, he has a sensitive tummy and I've had to add a powder called Protexin to his meals. It helps to bind the tummy. Meanwhile, I'm also teaching him not to gobble his food. He is fed each meal in three steps, as it were! He also has three small meals a day instead of two or even one, large meal. We're hoping that this will avoid the tragedy we experienced with his predecessor, Angie who died in November from a twisted bowel apparently caused by eating too much food too fast. (and that WAS Angie's habit, dear sweet girl)
I'm linking my post to Saturday Critters with Eileen, here
Happy weekend to you all!