06 April 2014

To see again the northland spring

Northland spring, all right.
You can tell it's spring by the texture of the snow
Male Evening Grossbeak and a lifer
Just because there are lots doesn't mean they're not pretty
Grey Jay; for photography purposes a large and even more active chickadee
 I am fortunate in my friends and got up to Algonquin for some birding today.  Not an especially impressive list but Evening Grossbeak is a lifer and I hadn't seen a Grey Jay in thirty years.

Also, it was a really nice day for a walk in the woods, sudden path collapse to knee or hip deep snow notwithstanding.

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