We awakened this morning to the pitter patter of little feet – above our heads. We looked up and the skylight was covered with what I think were Eastern Starlings that were taking advantage of the ice melting off the skylight.
This one looks a little bit like a penguin. I’m not sure about that eye! Then while we had breakfast, we saw a seal float by on an ice floe as the tide went out in the Great South Bay. All this wildlife while I was still in my jammies!
Later in the day, we took a walk to see more wildlife along the Fire island inlet. We saw lots of deer, more seals, a hawk and some plovers. We saw almost just as much from the comfort of home.
2 thoughts on “The Pitter Patter of Little Feet”
I love those skylight pictures!
I also love waffles!
Don’t you just love those Starlings. I too have a skylight over my bed and they do the same thing. I wonder if it’s the same flock going up & down the island. I live in Robbins Rest year round.
Your knitted work is great. I teach knitting and have a knitting group here in Robbins Rest every Thurs afternoon. You are very welcome to come and join us. There are a few of the knitters that come from your end.
By the way- Are you on Ravelry?
Terry aka Fire Island Lady