Conversation With a Bird | March 2016

Conversation With a Bird

Western Bluebird, © Photo by Steve Kaye, in blog "Conversation With a Bird"

Western Bluebird, Female

Here is a recent conversation with a bird.

Do you enjoy being a bird?” I asked.

“I wasn’t given a choice,” she replied.

“Do you regret that?”

“Feeling regret is a choice. And I’m too busy being a bird for thoughts like that.”

“So what do you think about?”

“I accept who I am. And then I do my best with what I have.”

“Then are you happy?”

“Being happy or unhappy is another choice.”

“So which do you choose?”



“Because each takes conscious effort.”

“Then what do you have?”


And yes, I talk to birds; I talk to flowers, and I talk to butterflies. In fact, I talk to everything that’s alive.

I tell birds they’re beautiful. I thank flowers for blooming. And I ask old trees for wisdom.

I even say “Hello” to lizards.

That’s because every relationship depends upon a conversation. And I’m having a conversation with Nature.

Much success,

Steve Kaye

Find more conversations with birds at:

Question for a Bird

Why I Talk to Birds

Are Birds Happy?

Conversation with a Song Sparrow

Birding Resources

The Southern California Bluebird Club has many articles about Bluebirds: Bluebird Club

See more photos of Western Bluebirds at:

Meet the Western Bluebird

Did You Know?

The most effective way to help birds is to buy land.

Here are three organizations that excel at doing this.

1) American Bird Conservancy

2) The Nature Conservancy

3) The Trust for Public Land

Please visit their web sites to learn about the work they do.

Here’s an excellent book: The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation

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  • Penny Schafer
    Posted at 18:26h, 17 March

    Aw, how sweet. Thanks Steve!

  • Jo-ann Coller
    Posted at 18:30h, 17 March

    Nice! Also a beautiful photo of a female bluebird. Love your imagination.

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