One of this year’s crop of squirrels leaning over for a tasty bud on the elm.
Here at the beginning of March, I have spotted signs of spring. Yes, there is still snow on sidewalks and in the woods for many of us, and probably more to come, but certain things are happening.
Seven of the eight male cardinals (less visible, at least five of the females) that flocked to the feeder; normally there are just three pair.
Animals are on the move; plants are growing quietly.
Even if temporarily captured by a freeze, this plant in the Vlomankill at Five Rivers is determined to grow.
Who is popping out to see if spring is on its way?
The little chipmunk who lives in the sewer grate!
Where do you see signs of seasonal shifts, of new life?