Great post, there's reports that robins are up by my area now. Haven't seen them but looking for them now. As for tree buds, hmm I think they are starting to wake up.
Dear Cathy,I thought of you this morning when I was narrating this piece. I felt as if I was talking right with you!Thank you for your continued support.Yeah, for Robins in your backyard!Spring is very, very near.Sherry
hi there Sherry, thanks for dropping by my blog; just wanted to say I enjoyed your video diaries, thanks for sharing these snapshots into your life.We have a storm coming tonight; high winds and rain apparently, So spring seems far away to me at the moment!
Dear Barbara,Sue, from Tumblewords, encouraged me to do a narrative. Since I wanted to do an almanac I combined photos, birds, gardens and the slide show format. This on line journal is taking the place of my written almanac.I was inspired to write my own almanac when I read "East Wind Melts the Ice".Glad you enjoyed this.Sherry
A Spring garden filled with 40 Cardinals & Mockingbirds song sounds idealic Sherry. Our weather forcast for the weekend is SUN :-} I think I have taken enough pictures of the snow :-}.
Dear Deb,It is the year of the Cardinal!I have never seen so many.The morning chorus is beautiful.As Spring comes in stronger the chorus will build. I am looking for the spring migration to begin soon.I hope your snow melts and you are able to see a bit of green soon!Thank you Deb, for your kind support.Sherry
It is so good to wake up to the bird song. The weather has turned a little colder here again, windy and rain and spring is on hold but we know it just waiting around the corner :-) Really enjoyed your report, Sherry :-)
Dear Chris,Thank you!The morning chorus is one of the joys of spring. Even before the first bloom the birds begin to sing.Thank you for your friendship and support. I hope to report spring migration soon.Sherry
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