|Clearbrook Road in Burlington|
Ferns are unfolding, skunk cabbage is in full bloom, wood anemones are blooming along the streams, and wild strawberries are starting to bloom!
|Skunk cabbage blooming|
The spring migration is in full swing. Birds that spend the winter in South America have started swarming
|Wild strawberries are blooming!|
north. They will spend the summer stuffing themselves and their babies with insects before heading back south for the winter. Most of "our" birds only spend 5 months here each year.
|Yellow birch flowers|
Usually the birds don't reach us until the leaves are out. Then they jump around in the tops of the trees, hiding behind the leaves and taunting us.
|Yellow-rumped warbler, exposed.|