SPRING HAS SPRUNG, THE GRASS HAS RIZ – Marilyn Armstrong

BUT I KNOW WHERE THE FLOWERS IS …

Today is the day. The very first day of Spring 2020. The technical beginning of spring, though having not had much of a winter, it’s been fairly springlike since last December.

Hairy Woodpecker

The birdies are blooming in breeding colors. There are crocuses in the garden and shoots for daylilies and daffodils. What else is up? The bugs are happy because they didn’t have a winter. They are alive and breeding. It’s going to be a very buggy summer.

Back from the south, Carolina Wren

Nuthatch who never gets dizzy upside-down!

Another odd couple — Carolina Wren and GoldfinchOur Carolina Wrens are back and the Goldfinch have turned bright yellow. The House Finch have turned very red. Squirrels that fly, squirrels who leap, and bandit bands of raccoons all eat at our place. There were half a dozen doves on the deck this morning, doing a daily cleanup.

Bright little birds!

Red and yellow, oh my! Better than flowers!

It is not quite springtime in the Valley as it is in other areas, but for this part of the world?

This is spring. Or kind of springlike. More or less springlike. We’re working on it.

I wonder where the flowers is?

Ah, they are indeed here.



Categories: Birds, colors, flying, Marilyn Armstrong, Nature, Photography, Wildlife

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6 replies

  1. You have an awesome location for viewing birds! Thanks for sharing your photos.

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  2. They are lovely, what a way to begin Spring.
    Leslie

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  3. AMAZING….. ALL of these pics

    Sorry for screaming! It’s just so overwhelmingly positive and beautiful, to see all this beauty of God’s creation. Thanks for the share

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