Saturday, April 26, 2014


Friday Update
My improvised barrier was not adequate.  The pigeon pair came back, and the she found her way into the empty A/C casing.  The he stood guard in the space next to it.  I scared her away without harming her, but there was some flapping and alarm.  Both of them together then perched on a ledge nearby watching me.  It must have appeared like just the most perfect coop to them--(Sigh)--I added some art-board pieces, but that's only temporary and has to come out when the A/C returns.

The problem is still unsolved.  I had informed the Superintendent about what I was doing the day before, and asked that he cut some boards and help fit them under the rig.  He never responded.  I left a message at the management office, but had no response.  Very discouraging.  Meanwhile the birds must find a nesting spot soon.  The rains are headed our way.  I don't know how pregnant she is, but  I'm not giving up.  When the Wild Bird fund gets back to me I'll add this problem to the banded white pigeon one I phoned them about last night.

10 AM

I went to check on the white banded pigeon.
Hoping it was the rescue folks

Someone watered and cleaned up a lot at the church!  It was shimmering in bright sunlight.


I ran into the owners daughter.  She said she has the same problem at other locations.  She assured me she would 'assign' the Super to get a proper barrier to me within three days.

This may seem dumb and obsessive to those with no affinity, and certainly to those many who find pigeons nothing but an annoyance.  I realize I am too 'attached', which is neither helpful nor efficient, and makes my heart ache.  I need to let go of attachment, not effort.
The rest is up to the universe


Joan@CopperCreeker said...

it's never dumb to care for the welfare of an animal.
take care and enjoy the flowers.

deemallon said...

agree with Joan - it is completely beautiful, your advocacy.

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

i'm here. watching. reading.

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, Michelle. Lately it seems to me that people who don't care about anything are everywhere. A bit fatiguing. It would seem that life is a battle. As Candide (Voltaire) noted, all you can do is take care of your own garden. I think I'll go out and mow the grass. (!)
best, nadia