AL Roker has given his followers a glimpse of his idyllic backyard in a new video.
The Today presenter was woken up by a living being on Saturday morning.
Al was sitting in one of his rocking chairs on his back porch early Saturday.
He filmed a bird sitting on his patio, chirping loudly.
Then the bird moved from its patio table to one of the chairs and continued to make the loud noise.
As soon as another bird started calling for it, the original bird flew away.
Al didn’t appear at all in the video, he just filmed the nature around him.
“I’m woken up by this little guy. #morningreport,” he wrote on Instagram post.
On the porch of today’s host was a beautiful pot of pink flowers, furniture and a barbecue grill next to it.
Then the meteorologist zoomed out to show the rest of his backyard, which was lined with trees.
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Next door there was a swing and garden furniture.
The bid could still be heard at the end of the video.
One fan commented, “So peaceful.”
“Love this, so peaceful, God’s work!” said another.
Earlier this week, before relaxing on his porch, Today fans corrected Al when he made a mistake.
The meteorologist posted a photo of a plate of cannoli on his Instagram on Thursday.
Al enjoyed lunch that day at Arthur & Sons, the famous New York restaurant.
The photo Inside were six cannoli on a plate with powdered sugar on top.
And underneath were Arthur & Sons napkins.
Al captioned the post: “Did someone once say #takethegunleavethecannoli you must have eaten at @arthurandsons.”
The Today meteorologist attempted to make a reference to the Godfather movie.
The line was improvised by Richard Castellano after a murder in the film.
However, he failed miserably by falsifying the quote, and his followers let him know.
“Come on AL!”
Fans flocked to Al’s comments to update him on his mix-up.
“It was like ‘drop the gun, grab the cannoli!'” wrote one fan.
“I think it was Clemenza who said ‘drop the gun, GET the cannoli,'” said another.
A third corrected: “No ‘Put the gun down! Take the cannolis!’”
“No! It says LEAVE the gun. TAKE the cannoli! Come on Al!” said one fan.