• Welcome to my little nature corner! I am starting this blog on January 1st, 2007 and it is my goal to write something every day - in hopes of creating a family almanac by the end of the year. Some days it might just be the temperature, others it will be (I hope) posts full of pictures and observations. I hope you enjoy your time here!

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    Now's the time of year to start watching for spring migrants passing through. Keep your bird guides handy so you can identify them! It's also the time to hear spring birdsong (it will sound new and yet familiar) and to observe courting behavior. :) ******************************************


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January 16, 2007



We have juncos and geese back, and they didn't show up last year till March. It's supposed to turn into winter again here, so I really hope they're going to be able to survive this! Will they just fly south again if it gets too cold, I wonder?


Maybe it's because we are having such cold temps here in the south. Our high temp today is 35.........very out of character for us.

Jane Ramsey

That's pretty cool, Dawn!


ack, I had a comment... but it must not have gone through. Hmmmm


Oh I love our redwing blackbirds when they're here. We also miss the bobolinks that live here all summer.

Gosh, I'm really wanting to keep a good nature journal - my grandfather always did. Wonder what happened to them?

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