The reason birding has been slow at the Callaway Nature Preserve.
There are nesting Cooper’s Hawks at the Callaway Nature Preserve, and they find loads of stuff to eat because our neighbor has yet to mow the lawn this year…
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2 thoughts on “Cooper Sunday”
I always love seeing people keep the grass long but not sure about having it in the back yard!! But if it benifits a coopers, I am happy!
I wouldn’t mind the tall grass except it is all weedy and non-native. Our front yard has big and little bluestem, prairie dropseed, and other prairie plants. If our neighbor did the same that would be AWESOME!!
But the Cooper is a welcomed bonus to their laziness!