Well folks, from a flowery post the other day, we go to a feathery one today. At least some of the pictures are feathery.
I enjoy the American Goldfinches at any time of year, but they are a special treat in these early spring days. They still are mostly in winter plumage, but that will be changing quickly.
Another little welcome visitor is the Common Redpoll. Some years we have had very many of these, but the last few years they have been rather sparse. It was a treat to see this one at the feeder.
The Red-breasted Nuthatch is a year round resident on my yard and I am thankful for that.
I should mention that all the bird photos are taken through a less than clean window.
I am sharing a couple of snow pictures, just because. I thought it was interesting how the snow looks like to was peeled away from the embankment.
This was taken right from my car.You can see the snow blowing off the bank at the top.
I am pretty sure that by now this snow would be starting to melt away.
Seasons come and seasons go, but the moon is always the same.Rising and setting in a perfect
rhythm, as God has ordained.
Something to Think About: