"Horses Dream Of Being Trained The Way A Donkey Demands To Be Trained" Melody Johnson

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Golden Eagle Sequim Washington

The photo above was captured from Pinterest 

The Donkey Whisperer Farm sits in the Dungeness Valley of Sequim, WA. Today while working on the farm I saw a golden eagle. I look forward to photo shooting these magnificent birds.

Have you ever seen a Golden Eagle?

Wow is all I can say!

Soon I will be able to capture my own photo of this amazing gigantic bird. This bird will not fly close to me he stays away at safe distance unlike the Bald Eagle.

Wild Birds On The Donkey Whisperer Farm

The farm is a majestic beautiful place to enjoy nature and life. We are blessed to get to live here I enjoy sharing our farm with you. Enjoy!

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Wild Birds visiting and living on the farm:

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Trumpeter Swans


Cow birds



Kill deer nest


Humming Birds (stay in the winter)

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Bald Eagles



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GOD Bless You And Your Family Two And Four-Legged!

New Years Eve 2015 On The Donkey Whisperer Farm, Trumpeter Swans

Friends of the Donkey Whisperer Farm,

Hubby and I woke up to a cool brisk dry 29 degree’s on the farm this morning. Oh what a beautiful day it is as finally the rain has stopped and the sunshine is back in sunny Sequim, WA.  As we took our new puppy for a morning run GOD granted us with a real treat, we had a visit from the “Trumpeter Swans” flying over the farm they fly to the West in the morning and East at night no doubt to roost. Jesus Christ gave us this blessing just in time to capture the photos below. 

We are forever grateful to get to live here on our twenty acre farm and look forward to building our home. For now living in the 5th wheel is home sweet home. Many blessings come with the 5th wheel, tiny living, less housework. More time to play, still we look forward to the new year. Select Trumpeter Swans, Dungeness for more details.





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Jewel age 12.  GOD helped her survive another tumor surgery!  She is getting well, we are grateful to our vet and all of the people who prayed for her.  Thank you for your prayers! Prayer is powerful!!!!!

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GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC






Yellow is the new black: Orioles

Beautiful Blog!


An oriole
empties her skirt
pockets, and weeps,
she fears that
we may paint her
fully yellow once
she falls asleep.

Seeing Orioles in the wild makes my insides flutter. It isn’t that they are merely gorgeous. Orioles look like they are on a mission from another planet. Perhaps to tell our world that there is such a thing as too much yellow. And to gently suggest that the shadows may return but so will the sun.

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Birds of the Bible – Not Seeing Or Hearing

Check out this blog for bird lovers and Jesus lovers!

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Lee's Birdwatching Adventures Plus

While reading in Isaiah lately, I came across this verse:

“Seeing many things, but you do not observe; Opening the ears, but he does not hear.” (Isaiah 42:20 NKJV)

When Dan and I visit aviaries, we spend quite a bit of time in them. Yes, we are birdwatchers and do photography, but it still amazes me the ones who come in, look around as they walk through, and then leave. They may be in there five minutes. We are there for 30, 45, 60 minutes or longer, depending on the size of the aviary.

Me and my big mouth causes me to speak up and point out birds they just walked by and never saw. Most times it is appreciated, but there are times when the kids (especially) only want to see the “big” animals. Well, a 6 foot Sarus Crane is “big.”

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Safely Enveloped: Hummer Rescue

I love hummers too!

The Beauty Along the Road

We love to watch the hummingbirds feeding on our porch. The cats watch them, too, but pretend to not be interested as they know the hummers are much too fast for them ….except when they fly into a window and are knocked unconscious momentarily. After the telltale thump against the window, we quickly ran outside, saw the tiny bird on the deck and chased the cats away. My husband picked him up gently and held him in his hands. It was a male ruby-throated hummingbird recognizable by the bright red throat coloring.

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The cats feigned disinterest but kept watching.

As he protectively held the tiny bird in his hands, the little one rallied a bit

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Soon, he looked alert and was in control of his body again

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In the next moment, he was gone:


Another successful bird rescue! I recently posted about a

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Lens And Pencil Studios

Exploring and exposing the beauty of things

Green Acres Adventure

Trusting God with every detail of our new life on the farm.



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Mental wanderings amongst stardust

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Photography, Fly fishing, Life, Visuals & Fun

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For the purists, dirtbags, and salty oldtimers who live climbing

Schoonover Farm Blog

This is the blog for our little farm in Skagit county. Here we raise Shetland sheep, Nigerian Dwarf goats, and Satin Angora rabbits. In addition we have donkeys, llamas, cattle, pigs, chickens, geese, ducks, peafowl and pheasants. The blog describes the weekly activities here.


Just cultivating

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The quiet life in the Suffolk countryside


Making and creating

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Stephen Hung Photography

The World through My Lens

Roads End Naturalist

Educating myself and others about the natural world as I wander and ponder at road's end.

Creation Words

"Since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities, His divine nature and eternal power have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so people are without excuse." Romans 1:20

Party Around The Kotatsu

Two misfit Americans staying cozy in Japan

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