Saturday, March 18, 2017

SNOW STORM - MID-MARCH - VERMONT






Here in Vermont we usually have one last storm in March.  This year's was part of a gigantic storm which covered a good portion of this country.  Where I was it snowed for a day and a half. We had 18" or 45 cm of snow.  A good amount but other places had a lot more. I took a photos, many from inside looking out at my friend's bird feeder.









                                          Look closely. How many different birds do you see?
                                          A red male cardinal, a female cardinal, 2 juncos and
                                          2 goldfinches sitting on the feeder. Click on photo
                                          to enlarge.



                                
                                                                      Male Cardinal




Female Cardinal





                                                                         Juncos





                                                Wow, that was a strong gust of wind.






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