Unless there is a sudden, large change in the weather patterns .....
Which seems to have happened. The storm will be passing to the south.
Students, do your homework! There will be school in Connecticut.
|A male cardinal in my back yard, during warmer weather|
|Darwin at the time of his|
trip around the world.
|Alfred Russel Wallace also had|
the idea of natural selection, and
wrote about it in almost the
exact same words as Dawrin
|Maximum zoom for a blurry photo|
|Not this week.|
|I guess someone forgot to tell him that|
the Flintstones were a children's cartoon
This must have been edited out of my
copy of the bible.
This is a yellow-rumped warbler. They are one of the first
warblers to show up here in the spring. Apparently they
have learned from the robins that there is no longer a need
to fly south for the winter.
Red tailed hawk. Our largest hawk. Only eagles and vultures
When I was at KP Elementary, we drew pictures and sang
songs about the first robin of spring. Climate change has
Starling. An English invasive bird that has caused a lot
of damage here, but they are beautiful.
|Phragmites, or reed grass. A sign of wet ground.|
|The best photo I have ever taken of a horned lark.|
Cedar waxwings and a robin. There are a lot of cedar trees
here, and the waxwings love the cedar berries. There is a
starling here also.
This is a Carolina wren. This species showed up in my part
of CT about 10 years ago. They are moving north.
Wrens are tiny birds with attitude.
|Black locusts. The pea-like flowers smell like grapes. |