Have you ever been overwhelmed? It is like a spiritual high tide wave washing over a solitary beach rock .Our urban lives have endless hoops to jump, as a spiritual drag, and some call this a “rat race”.
However, our Great Life Force has given us things to overwhelm us in very positive waves called “Awe”. Things like the blue bird of happiness flying overhead can instantly speak to our spirit and bring our mind back to Reality.
Life is not meant to be a dreary chore; if this was so – why would the Great Life Force beautiful fragrant flowers and animated colorful, songbirds. Life is a “Gift” to share with others, including animals.
This book starts a new science integrating the science of gardening and wildlife habitat management and the relaxing, de-stressing hobby of bird watching.
Even urban slums or small lofts can plant vines in containers to attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
This book lightly questions the current reality or wisdom of growing our urban areas without or devoid of Nature’s gifts!
Maybe more importantly, this book will give you hundreds of plants that attract colorful, animated songbirds not often seen in sterile urban areas.
In the version 2.1 we have fixed the typos and spelling errors. We hope you enjoy.
About the Author
Dave grew up walking to school and wandering open fields in the Rocky Mountains. He looked forward to seeing moose, bald eagles or elk or some other creature along the way to school. This prepared him to learn every day! Now he in his golden years, he is staying indoors more than he used to and is writing on subjects that he knows about nature, history, happiness and humans. Most, if not all of his working career had him working with nature outside. He finished a B.S. Degree in 1994 in Technical Journalism and Public Speaking from Oregon State University. He came out of OSU as communication machine to investigate, explore, examine, research, explain and clearly communicate through any media insights on complex issues. Ironically, kids of the modern age are staying indoors. Thus, Dave now wants to write, speak, and inspire families to spend more time outdoors as he used to.