What Do the Birds of Midway Do on New Year’s Day?

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Some birds soar.

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Some birds run.

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Some birds stretch. This is a Ruddy Turnstone.

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They moo at each other.

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And they show off their feathers.

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Some birds sleep …

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and they sleep …

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and they sleep …

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and they sleep some more.

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Some birds just know.

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And they all are beautiful.

Betty and I were the only counters to stay up for New Year’s last night. It was a lot of fun and I won’t miss another New Year’s celebration if I am on Midway. I think it was the first time for both of us and it is our third trip for each of us out here.

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Betty and Chef Noum

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Noum, JR, and me.

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3 responses to “What Do the Birds of Midway Do on New Year’s Day?

  1. beckyofkauai

    Y’all know how to Par-tay! 😜

    The bluish backed Albie is gorgeous. Albies are so photogenic. Cute shot of the Turnstone.

    Happy New Year!!!

  2. Lou Knight

    Love the pictures of the birds and it was good to see your smiling face! Happy New Year!

  3. I don’t know how you manage to do the hard work, take beautiful photos and then write about it every night. Keep up the excellent work, and I hope you go next year so I can read about it again!

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