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Streaming Videos

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Hummingbird Page

FLYING SQUIRREL PAGE for Broadband -- Many more Videos

2004 Robin's nest  Tragedy-streaming videos

Robin's Nest Blog 2005

Critter Cam

Howard & Peggy Page

Nature Series Movies

School Days 1940

Flying Squirrels

A Robin's Diary

Backyard Wildlife Directory

Wildlife Video Clips
Kentucky Cabin

Just for fun

Other Links

For that Beloved Pet. A Beautiful way to keep it near always.

Dogs On The Run

My Favorite Spot

At Louisville Waterfront Park

Great Hot dogs, and Great People

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Give your Beloved Dog a Variety in daily menus. Check out this Great Idea for keeping Your Pet Healthy and Content. Click on the Chef Rudy hat for more information.


The World is Filled with Beauty and that Beauty is made more Beautiful by those who capture it and reproduce it with their own Spirit through their Brush and Easel .

Click on either of the pictures below to visit a Wonderful Gallery of a Very Gifted Lady.


So whatever will we do here?

Well, -- Let's tell a story or let's take a trip , or let's take a look at nature or let's work a puzzle or let's make some observations about life. Let's do all those things and still  promise not to  offend, intentionally anyway, and  to keep it positive and safe for Kids.

Most of our pages have videos included which will stream but still some are quite large and best suited for Broadband Internet Connections

Many of our visitors arrive here by visiting our Flying Squirrel pages or our Robin's Nest Blog 2005 pages. There are many wildlife videos scattered throughout  most all of our pages which load fairly quickly with broadband connections.

Just click on any of the links to the left, right , or below to get started. Thanks for Visiting



Picture by Shannon Danzo at HowPeg Feeder Tree July 6, 2013

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For over 30 years the Flying Squirrels have visited our backyard Oak Trees to feast on the sunflower hearts and peanut butter that we have put out for them most every night. While their numbers always decrease as summer winds down they have always returned to the feast during the winter and in numbers by early spring. They do have to compete for the food we put out for them against the raccoons who always show up to devour most of the squirrel food. 2013 has been no exception. Click on the link below to see the 2013 Flying Squirrel Story Video.


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The HowPeg Adventure continues in a new direction in 2014

People - Places- Adventures


Just click on any of the links to the left, right , or below to get started. Thanks for Visiting

Visit the Newest Wildlife pages

Howpeg 2010 Journal

Winter  Spring  Summer  Autumn

A new page where I plan to place  favorite HowPeg videos has been added. Most of these Videos are large files which will stream but will require High Speed Internet access to view. This page will be updated with the best from our site and future efforts. Thank you for visiting.

Click on this link or the HowPeg Logo for the Page.

Visit the Newest Wildlife pages

The 2007 Robin nest story  is now complete with all four hatchlings having joined the Family of Robins successfully. Hatching started on May 5 and the last one hatched on may 7. The same two day difference prevailed through the fledgling time, which in this case was 14 days for all four birds.   Click on the picture to go to the 2007 Journal for daily updates and  daily Videos from the nest.


Follow the latest Robin Nest Story on the Spring page of the Howpeg 2010 journal


2008 Journal

2007 Wildlife Journal includes a 2007  Robin Nest

Backyard Wildlife Pages photos sounds videos

Wildlife visiting our Louisville Kentucky Backyard

scroll and click for each bird or animal video, sound and or picture

Our City Louisville Kentucky
Our Home
well perhaps a few years ago

March 2010


Visitor comments are always welcome and will be added to our Guest Book Response link.  Please send your comments by clicking on

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If you have a .jpg of the wildlife referred to in your comments and would like to have it posted just attach it to your comments.

Visitor comments and replies can be viewed at  Guest book Response  ----Thank  You