This past Saturday was a perfect "Autumn in New York" kind of day and when I was doing my weekly early morning walk with my friend CF, we were quick to discover many forms of wild life in Central Park, including a fledgling female cardinal taking advantage of this lovely time. She can be seen in the two images atop this entry.
As you may know, dear reader, I have written many blog entries re this bird type, and additionally, I have published a three volume book series, Words In Our Beak, in which the stories are told from an adult female cardinal's perspective.
Because I have published a lot of content re cardinals (and some of you have probably read a good deal of it), I'll use this one-hundred forty-ninth episode of Tuesday's Truths to tell you some facts about a dog variety known as the Bergamasco Sheep Dog.
I saw one this past Saturday who was taking his/her time as he/she strolled up a sidewalk in Central Park, as evidenced in the next series of photographs and I urge you to keep in mind when you view them the way in which he/she is moving his/her back feet.
If you'd like to learn more about this dog variety the following links will lead you to information:
1. Bergamasco Shepherd featured within an article for Wikipedia.
2. Bergamasco Shepherd featured within an article published by dog-breedexpert.com.
3. Bergamasco Shepherd featured in an article for AKC (American Kennel Club).