The joy of observing birds from afar, through your window, or by entering their private world.
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Tag Archives: Dark-Eyed Junco
You know the feeling. You’re expecting company and you’re not quite ready. A few last-minute details remain. You think the doorbell will ring momentarily. You panic. The phone rings. “Hi, we’re running a bit late. We’ll be there within a half-hour.” … Continue reading
I just finished cleaning up the garden and put it to sleep for the winter. It’s a picture perfect autumn day. The birds are happily enjoying the treats I’ve got out for them. The nuthatch toyed with me this morning. While I … Continue reading
We’ve had an unseasonably warm and snowless winter-to-date in these parts. Until today. The snow began steadily about day-break and is expected to continue through the night. Four inches or more of blowing snow. Temperatures in the lower twenties and … Continue reading