Tales from the hill top. Wow that was cool.
By TR Bergstrom
March 16, 2018 8:58pm CST
Hey, everyone and, I hope all is well in your neck of the woods, things are good here. I ended up going out and, splitting a few beasts, it was still hard, but a bit easier. So I think what ever came up when I needed to puke the other day was blocking my air ways and, needed to come up. Anyway now for the cool part. I suddenly heard a noise and, looked behind me, there were two birds fighting, not sure if a real fight or playing, but one had threw the other and, they kept hooking up throwing each other or hitting each other with their wings, when they noticed me they took the fight back up in the tree though, but I had never seen anything like that and unsure what kind they were, could have been smaller hawks, but their tails looked more brown and, body was like a darkish color, but they weren't the blue belly doves I often see and, not crows either.
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Those birds may be mating, I believe. Birds have a different ritual for mating that seems like a fight. There are spotted doves that love to marry and do their mating in my back yard where they can have their privacy. They do body slams that seem like their fighting, but they are mating. I was so shook when I heard it the first time. I went to my window to see what the commotion was and it was these spotted doves mating in my backyard.