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Mother Nature Ground Me

February 22, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

After a stretch of hard work and stress that depletes my energy, mother nature and engaging with her creatures never fail to renew my senses and feeling grounded again. I always have wildlife friendly bird seeds in the boot of my car, so that I can grab a handful when I decide on a last minute jaunt into the forest. The chickadees in Stanley Park were very hungry this morning, likely due to the recent stormy weather and temperature drop. I had about 20-30 birds that came onto my hand one after another, sometimes just avoiding mid-air collisions. They were bold, social, and cheeky their day. I had so much joy just being the seed holder. This little one checked me out for longer than normal... I talked to it and hen took the photo. Magical and humbling. Also wonderful were the exchanges I had with two groups of tourist who came upon me and the chickadees. I educated them about the birds, how to be responsible providers (no human food), how to interact and show respect, and shared seeds and how to feed them. It was very rewarding to watch their expressed sense of awe. The two guys from London were just blown away, and didn After a stretch of hard work and stress that depletes my energy, mother nature and engaging with her creatures never fail to renew my senses and feeling grounded again. I always have wildlife friendly bird seeds in the boot of my car, so that I can grab a handful when I decide on a last minute jaunt into the forest. The chickadees in Stanley Park were very hungry this morning, likely due to the recent stormy weather and temperature drop. I had about 20-30 birds that came onto my hand one after another, sometimes just avoiding mid-air collisions. They were bold, social, and cheeky their day. I had so much joy just being the seed holder. This little one checked me out for longer than normal… I talked to it and hen took the photo. Magical and humbling. Also wonderful were the exchanges I had with two groups of tourist who came upon me and the chickadees. I educated them about the birds, how to be responsible providers (no human food), how to interact and show respect, and shared seeds and how to feed them. It was very rewarding to watch their expressed sense of awe. The two guys from London were just blown away, and didn’t think this would even be possible as birds in London parks are so afraid of humans and that the humans seem to be cruel to wildlife. I would not have guessed that. More education is needed. Empathy too

Photo taken at: Stanley Park, Beaver Lake

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