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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by byrdman, Feb 25, 2012.
saw the first pair of honkers this morning flying toward the refuge.....e.central Minn.
Have a pair of blue birds building a nest in the box in the back yard BUT...better than that, and a sure sign of spring, saw my first mini-skirt yesterday!! Uh-huh!!
I saw a Mottled duck Friday with a batch of little ones. This is as early as I have ever seen ducklings. Of course I am in south Texas or northern Mexico as some people some call it, but it is still early.
Those Honkers are going to be pooping bricks by Sunday, with the Snowstorm coming...We've had Mallards & Canada's in the state in huge numbers all Winter in North Dakota.
wont see miniskirts here until june....a little snow wont bother the honkers...have seen them sitting on a nest on a muskrat house with snow on there backs...
Ditto here in Central WI.
I had flocks of whistlers come overhead after sunset when I was ice fishing last evening.
We went from a long autumn to spring here. Was woke up this morning by a big Tom gobbling outside my bedroom window.
Going to be a drought year here for sure.
i was seen ducks and geese a week agoa
Richard Christoforo called yesterday to tell me he'd seen proof that spring was officially here. He said that the grackles had arrived back at his bird feeder. I'd never thought about those trash birds as I don't miss them at my feeder in the winter,but realized he was right. The first mob of them showed up here last week.
Saw my first Robin in the backyard yesterday pecking at the frozen ground - SW WI.
You can see mini skirts all year long on campus! That doesn't count
Took this photo this morning so spring is off a ways yet. LOL!!
Man that was a fast winter. Where did the time go.
Only 30 Snow Geese left at the Bosque del Apache Refuge and all Sandhills have left for Colorado. This the earliest departure in yeats. Do the birds know something we humans don't?
18inches of snow yesterday!
Birds are spreading out in the pens so spring must be just around the corner.