Springtime is pretty springy today via the walk in the swamp. The buds are getting more color, fat , dusty little bumblebees toting pollen around. Saw two osprey, one with a fish. A few turkey vultures, and a couple of squirrels (no sign of Lamont with the weird ear though) no eagles today, but many small birds. Finch and maybe a cowbird or two?
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Related Posts June 30, 2020 June 30, 2020 at 10:24AM Swamp walk report - alien black cat and panda were both seen, as well as an osprey with […] June 1, 2020 June 01, 2020 at 01:56PM Swamp walk was lovely weather-wise, found a little side path that added a little to my […] May 26, 2020 Swamp walk today, saw a a ton of squirrels, including an albino. I think we have more than one, because this guy has a long tail and the other we saw last week had a shortened one. Also seen, were a male and female cardinal,a bluejay, an osprey, a clutch of turkey vultures, a few robins, and neighborhood cats tuxedo Panda and tabby Sid. Tabby Peach was lost yesterday, but was found at Panda’s house a few hours later, thankfully. Our poor neighbor was understandably worried about her, given local fox activity lately. I am glad that our boy Pyewacket is strictly indoor, and prefers that for the most part. I didn’t see the foxes or eagles today. The swamp is getting much more lush and green, harder to look as deep into the woods than last week. We are approaching peak “green glow” and I am ok with that. Still cool outside, upper 60s. I will miss the cool days when they go. Walk was taken nice and early, so there were no other pedestrians in sight but a couple of cars passed a fair distance away. #whitesquirrel #albinosquirrel #walkies View on Instagram https://instagr.am/p/CAp9xu4A86S/ April 24, 2020 April 24, 2020 at 10:05AM An illustration of Northern flying squirrels from Dictionnaire universel d'histoire […] April 29, 2020 April 29, 2020 at 12:54PM Fat bumblebee is bending all the buttercups in our yard during his pollen search. […]
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