The Spring Equinox around March 19th, marks the first day of Spring in the northern Hemisphere. Happy Spring!
Here is a Red-Winged Blackbird and a Say’s Phoebe I saw on a morning spring walk. Red-winged Blackbirds live in fresh water areas or open spaces like fields and prairies. The males are glossy black with scarlet and yellow shoulder patches. The female are streaky brown with a paler breast and white eyebrows. Red-Winged Blackbirds… Read More SPRING BIRDS
Around March 20th in the Northern Hemisphere is the spring equinox, which means that there is about 12 hours of daylight. This light will increase daily as the season passes into summer. That means it is time to play outside more, plant flowers and garden goods, a very encouraging time of year. The first day of Spring… Read More SPRING!
Happy Earth Day! Earth day began in 1970. It is a day to celebrate support for environmental protections of the earth. It is observed worldwide, with 193 countries that participate. Go outside, appreciate and respect all living things this earth has to offer. Reduce, reuse, recycle!