Sunday, March 08, 2020

Sit Spot and Red Trillium Up - March 8, 2020

March 8, 2020 9:28 a.m.
Sit 407 Brush Pile W : Sunny & clear 
+2° (-3°) sw 20-30 kph 70 % humidity 

Blue Jays,
Red-winged Blackbirds,
(Jet, traffic noise)
(United Airlines flight 1960...)

Eastern Bluebirds,
Tundra Swans flying over,
Canada Geese flying over,
White-breasted Nuthatch,
Black Squirrels,
Grey Squirrels,
Red Squirrel.

Photo Site 2 - East Willow

Some years ago I found some Red Trilliums growing on our property. Shortly after I found them, some deer found them too and ate them. The next year when they did come up, I put a small fence around them. They are doing well and every year we have a few more and I have to keep making the fence larger. Because they have a fence, I can find them in early spring. Here are the first sprouts coming up!

Two more species of birds were seen by birders in Hamilton today so I am looking for them to come our way soon, I hope:

Kildeer & American Woodcock

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