Another camera, another set of random pictures
Jim was busy building blue bird boxes. He ended up making 9 of them and we placed them around the 20 acre field next to our cabin.
|This house and barn look like something from an old western movie.|
A bittern that thinks I can't see him. It really blends in though, doesn't it?
These two are my favorite neighborhood critters! I don't know their names, but we call them Fjord and Dusty. The horse is a Fjord horse and the donkey always looks so dusty. Real original, huh?
Some actual signs of spring! Wildflowers and ferns.
If you feed them, they will come. These birds can't get enough grape jelly and orange halves.
This is a new visitor, it's a Cape May Warbler.
A Gray Catbird and female Baltimore Oriole
A Rose Breasted Grosbeak and Gray Catbird.
And last but not least, this is still a very common sign around here. Roads are closed because they're deep in mud, the culverts are plugged or a beaver has backed up some creek and now the road is under water. Notice how little green there is in all of these pictures. But one of these days spring will pop and we'll be complaining about bugs, heat and humidity!
That's all for now!