On a recent vacation in the Southwest, Marjie and I spent a day at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. We’ve been there a few times before and especially enjoy visiting an attraction in December that is essentially an outdoor experience.
We enjoyed a raptor demonstration where several species flew and perched in close proximity to the small crowd of observers. Various characteristics of how these birds hunt were demonstrated. You probably already knew that many species of owl have feathers tha allow them to fly silently so as not to warn their prey.
Later, a pair of cardinals wanted to share lunch with us and a hummingbird mistook the red light on my Kodak Zi8 for a nectar source.
After lunch we headed into one of the nocturnal venues to check out the night-life and Marjie captured this shot.
I thought of it again today. I have an appointment with a new buyer and I always remind myself to listen closely to everything clients have to say. If you live in Seattle and are looking for a Realtor®, give me a call. I’d like to hear what you have to say.