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Monday, February 10, 2014

AFTER THE WINDY RAIN

Last three days we have windy, stormy and rainy day.
The strong wind make my home garden so messy.


My White Nusaindah (Mussaenda erytrophilla) eventually could not hold the weight.
Then.... collapsed.

 

So I have to work hard to tidy up my front garden.


Cut the plants trunks. 


Hi, I found a bird nest!


There were four little eggs inside.



I moved the nest to the Bilimbi trunk.


Maybe my front garden is so quiet and comfortable for the birds.
Some time I find so many birds flying lower and perch on the grass or flowers.


Now... looks better.












12 comments:

  1. That must have been some wind! The plants have really been blown around but they should recover eventually, we hope.

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    1. Yes, I hope. The same case was happen two years ago, the wet weather made the recovery was faster than my prediction. But now, we have dry and windy weather for about past six weeks.

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  2. The weather affects us all, I hope the birds return to the nest.

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    1. Yes, I hope so. I really love their chirps.

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  3. The weather here is the same - a lot of the south of the UK under water,so many people have flooded homes. Dreadful. At least there's one bird family that have had their home saved - I hope they manage to find it again!

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    1. Here, there are so many places that have flood and landslide. I hope we are safe during the extreme weather.

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  4. I wonder whether the parent birds found the nest again - do you know which birds laid the eggs?

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  5. I suppose the bird can pinpoint it's nest.....

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    1. Yes I hope. On my bilimbi tree there are two bird nest. Everyday I find tens sparrow fly and perch on my home garden.

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  6. So thankful you and your family are safe. Sorry about your beautiful garden.
    You work so hard at keeping it beautiful.

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  7. Thank you Teresa. We are safe, and I still recover my front yard. I hope you have better weather

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