Jim, My first chance to catch up in the last few days. Many prayers and good wishes for your wife and the surgery she will have.
As to when you post something: Do it when you are able; if not, the better choice is helping your wife.
The post of all the little birds in the snow is really a good one. I particularly liked he photo of the male and female cardinals together, one watching one way; the other the opposite direction. The herons surely can keep their necks “folded in”. Is it the cold or not being too obvious to the fish? I like the pair of eagles this year; they seem somehow nice to each other, something the other pair seemed to lack, well according to my viewpoint. I think you said this was a different pair from the ones from last year, but maybe I have that wrong. Two great posts.
I won’t forget your wife. MCS
Thank You, I will be there to assist her as much as possible. The heron are tucking their heads in due to the cold I think. This pair of eagles are hanging out together a lot. Thanks Again…
I like the shot of the heron in the morning sun, and the flying woodpecker!
New Hampshire Gardener,
The Great Blues so common here but I never tire of watching them. Got lucky on the woodpecker coming at you shots are so much harder to catch…
Have you seen any Cranes at Ewing’s bottoms this year?
I live in Bloomington and drove down to the Bottoms last weekend but did not see any Cranes.
I have not been to Ewing bottoms this year. I have not heard any reports of the sandhills being there yet either. However, with the warm up several locations in Kentucky yesterday reported cranes flocks flying north, so they may start showing up next week…
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