A fifty somethings everyday life.
Your feeders are busier than ever. Fingers crossed the regulars are okay. Maybe they're at someone else's buffet for the moment. Nice to see those swans, plus Mr or Ms Rabbit!I still haven't seen a robin, though hear them singing every morning. Still lots of geese migrating too.I was thinking on Friday, as I was running around buying carpet, doing errands, etc., that I've not had a day off that didn't involve work in the house in so long I can't recall. I'd love to go somewhere with my camera, take pics, but I don't seem to be able to make that happen. I hope that once the house stuff is taken care of that will change; it would be nice to have one day a week to bird watch, smell the flowers, etc. At least I'm looking forward to April 12th! :-)
Hi Kim, I would like to think the squirrels have just moved on. Bizarre all three are gone.I hear the robins very early in the morning, also the mourning doves hoo-hooing.You have had a very busy time the last two months. I am really looking forward to you coming!Take care.
That poor squirrel! Does it have an allergy to flea bites, or maybe mange?
Probably both of those things. He is probably the worst I've ever seen. Our winter was so mild for the most part I imagine the fleas really didn't die off as they usually do.
Poor flea bitten squirrel. Besides that pic the rest are great. You got a good pic of the Woodpecker. They tend to take off at the slightest 'threat'.Hope your regulars show up soon and let you know they're okay.
So many of the squirrels are looking terrible this year.The woodpeckers are very skittish. This photo was the best of the 10 I took. Most were blurry.I just spied Jean Luc at the feeder so one of the regulars is back!
Lots a backyard critters. : )Like the swans. Such beautiful creatures.
I love swans too! So majestic.
Hi there ... I've just come across from Blogoratti's blog.Lots of lovely photo's to look at and Centennial Park looks great.All the best Jan
Thanks Jan! I enjoy taking them very much.
I think you're a little ahead of us. I've heard the red wings call but still haven't seen them here. No chippy yet. Still have too much hard packed snow. And I hear cooler nights this week. Good for the maple syrup producers. Bring on spring!
Hi Ronna, the blackbirds have been back here for 10 days or so. It hasn't been the best maple syrup year here this year. Too warm.Have a good week!
I really enjoy sweet little Chippy! He is adorable and sure looks ready for spring and summer! Looks like he has grown?
Chippy is the same size. I just got a very good closeup of him.Have a good day!