According to the calendar, it is Spring and Mother Nature is wasting no time in showing off her Spring beauties. Most of the snow has melted, and the skies were a little cloudy and over cast, but the temperature wasn’t too bad.
My irises are starting to pop up and soon, they will be in full bloom.
My groundcover is staring to come up too.
I heard a whole bunch of birds singing today, from the red-winged blackbirds and common crackles to the chickadees. But they were all still very camera shy today. The only birds that would pose for my camera were birds that look most like Savannah sparrows, but it was hard to get a good shot and or view so I am not really sure what they are.
There were a few ducks and geese out, but still not too many. There were some ring-necked ducks and some mallards, I didn’t get any good shots of them though. But there were some hooded mergansers out and about, both males and females, that were ready for their headshots.
Soon my lakes will be once again filled with all kinds of geese, ducks, birds, squirrels, and all kinds of other fun and interesting neighbors.