UPDATE on the mentioned problem below...everything remains messed up as for my thousands of missing comments from dashboard. I do indeed have Google + on my blog and can go to my G-mail emails and bring up most all of my comments one at a time just like in an email. However my dashboard only shows the last 1,000 comments. It feels like I have been violated in that I have not changed anything and yet this has happened. I enjoyed being able to scroll down and read through those cherished words! Google+ has not been able to fix it, and Blogger is not able to help either. I have switched back and forth on a few things, been given options of changing other edits with my HTML, only to get ready to SAVE and a warning comes up about what I might not be able to recover should I click on save. It's been a daunting two weeks in doing what I can do to get this straightened out. I missed valuable time from doing other important things, trying to resolve this and so far, it is just not happening. Thanking you so much for thoughts suggested. I would so much like to know if anyone else has endured such that was able to ascertain how and what to do, but so far the many that are dealing with the same issues, have not resolved them either. I am going to use this as my entry once again as I worked so hard on it and I have not had time to do any new post. Thanking you for your support and kindness. Mary
This is one of the warnings that I have received following a suggestion that I am already using Blogger profile...
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Standing outside the Rosewell Estate, already missing my time there~Nine years ago today began my journey into the blogging world. It has been such a blessing for me and I am so very thankful to each of you who have made it possible, who have encouraged me who have shared your lives with me and allowed me to share mine with you. Each of you inspire me and I appreciate every one of you. My most difficult part is getting to your blogs and leaving comments. I try very hard to catch up with you and I enjoy so much the visits. Thanking you for the many cherished comments that you have left for me. The friendships made along the way have brightened my life in such a way that had I not been blogging, I would have missed out on so much.
I have found some very frustrating news... The first 7 years worth of my blogs comments are missing from my dashboard! There are only the last two years worth showing and I have spent many hours since this past Saturday afternoon trying to find a solution. Evidently I am not alone. Many people are having this same problem. The Google team gives different ways to recover them, but for most of us it is Not working. I had 11,511 published comments for my 8th year blog anniversary with 1,110 published posts. For my 9th year it shows 1000 comments and 1,144 published posts which the number of published posts is not even correct. I have 60 total published entries for the last 2 years. It's possible that I have received exactly 1000 comments the past two years, interesting number... but with such a loss of others, I can't really know. If any of you have had these kinds of issues, I really would appreciate your input. Heartbreaking is about all I can add. Thanking you so very much~
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I am joining in the fun with Eileen at:
I'd Rather Be Birdin'
Maggie's MOSAIC MONDAY
Wednesday Around the World at Communal Global
Red-Shouldered Hawks of Tingsgrove and Beyond helped me kicked of this blog as well as give it the name. The third season in a row nest attempts failed. This time it was sadly due to Raccoon invasion that took one life and injured the second eyas. As I write the bird is getting better, still a long way to heal, but eating on it's own a couple of weeks now. Many thanks to Chuck and Michelle Culp with Wingspan of Kentucky~
The two young eyas before things went wrong~
Above a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk and below a juvenile Red-Shouldered Hawk.
Do you think that out in the field you would be able to tell the difference?
A young newly fledged Red-tailed Hawk hunting along the country lane~
The 2017 season for Bald Eagles presented three beautiful Eaglets~
This old tree sits very near last year's Eagle nesting tree.
I enjoyed seeing it on my hundreds of visits to the Rosewell Estate~
First there were two Eaglets and then there was one. Winter weather brought down heavy snow on the young one and it's parents~
The adult female Bald Eagle~
The male adult brought in a fish for breakfast and the young Eaglet was quite delighted when it arrived~
The Eaglet made me giggle so much on this visit. At times it seemed a little afraid to jump up without grasping some pine needles in it's beak to hold on to as it practiced leaping up into the air. It fledged about 48 hours later~
This White-tailed buck was on the premises of the Rosewell Estate near the Eagle site~
My last visit inside of the Rosewell Estate near the Bald Eagle location was filled with the joy of having spent so much time this past four year period and also sadness that it was soon to be over. A family with 5 children have since moved it and they are making it home, which is quite wonderful~
What an awesome experience. A Snowy Owl visited Kentucky for a few months this past Winter. My daughter Hillary and twin grandsons drove down to see it and what a beauty it was. I hope that by now it is safely back up in the Arctic where it had come from~
An American Kestrel near where I live last Winter~
My first ever Loggerhead Shrike was taken at some distance when visiting the site where the Sandhill Cranes gather on their migration every year in Cecelia~
Mannie and her young bucks...one of my favorite White-tailed Deer shares. Mannie and many other Deer have been dropping fawns the past 3 weeks and it has not been the best year. Last year the Red Foxes came and this season they had 3 kits. The fawn population is doing very poorly with their presence~
My Mannie, I just love her. I have wondered if she might be the one that I rescued a few years ago. She is most friendly~
Muff arrived without a Doe and with a twin sister. Now he comes with another Doe and, or by himself. Named Muff because of his large ears~
Look at Muff now, a yearling with velvet covered nubs~
One of my favorite images from this past year. A Chipmunk looks up at the female Groundhog for a possible handout~
A most beautiful Friesian Gelding named Zeke who is housed at a barn near our home. I have not been able to see him for the past couple of months, but hopefully will again soon~
The Red Fox Vixen. Listen to the recording that I have posted. That my friend is a Vixen and she will do that up to 45 minute at a time first thing in the morning~
Turn up your volume as loud as it will go and it will still not sound the way it does outside my window~
This Vixen and the two kits were seen in Louisville KY~
For a few years birders and others were pleased to have a pair of Mississippi Kites return to the same street in St. Matthews and nest each season on their migration. Last season they had two young ones. This year they did not return~
Black Throated Green Warbler made a visit to Tingsgrove and it was a first for me~
Mourning Doves snuggling and kissing~
Juvenile Black Bellied Plover was also a first for me this past year~
Butter Butt ;) a Yellow Rumped Warbler in the garden~
White throated Sparrow having a berry snack~
Male Wood Duck~
My first ever Common Loon. This along with the Snowy was on my list for age~
A Black Vulture outside our glass door~
Wild Turkeys in the snow at Rosewell~
Female Wood Ducks and the young ones~
A sweet little Chickadee~
Last week as I was coming inside, I spotted this beautiful Great Leopard Moth~
I think that this is a Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly~
Sometimes something will tug at me and draw me in and this one moved me greatly~
The little pond at Drumanard Estate~
One of my most favorite exhibits at the Louisville Zoo...a Sumatran Tiger~
Bless him, he only has one eye~
Just an ice scene before the week that got extremely busy~
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR STOPPING BY...I APPRECIATE YOU~