Do you? Or do you think it's for old people with grey hair and binoculars on tour buses?
I love to hear owls hoot but I've never actually seen one. I think they're very beautiful in a weird way.
I once saw a large spotted hawk fly out of the woods while I was on the highway carrying a snake in his beak. I was captivated but also, anxious. I said to myself please please don't let him drop that snake as I'm driving and have it land on my windshield.
I love red cardinals and always feel special after I see one.
When I was small I used to look for bluebird eggs. Tiny blue eggs. I often found them in and around the neighborhood I lived in at the time. They'd fallen out of the nest. Funny what you can find if you actually look.
Me and my mother once saw a large blue crane standing on a rock in a commercial bay. It was rather exciting and my mother asked me if it might be on the 5 o'clock news, the sighting was so rare. No Mother, but it was cute that you asked.
I see wild turkeys walking by the road about once a week. Usually they're not too chubby but one last month was a real plumper. I've never seen them displaying full plumage though. Their tail feathers are always folded up.
I saw an odd looking bird the other day on a fence on a country road. It was huge, white and the breed was unrecognizable. I wish I had gone back and taken a picture.