A White-breasted Nuthatch seems to consider the best way to help itself to this suet block.
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A White-breasted Nuthatch lets go and dives toward a bird feeder.
We have a healthy crop of lettuce – on December 27th! It is partly because the hoop tunnel moderates night time low temperatures. I cannot help thinking that it is largely because night time temperatures have been fairly mild compared to the historical average – generally -5C or warmer. Daytime highs have been 5C, give or take a few degrees.
Are these temperatures the new normal? Hard to say. We will find out as the years roll out.
And Lucy does, loudly and forcefully.
Fitzi and Lucy playing. They have recently played more; it is good to see that they are getting along well enough to play nicely. We hoped that Lucy and Fitzi would play well and take pressure off of senior Achilles, allowing Chili Dog to engage or not as he wants.
Fitzi looks over Lucy’s back during a pause in a play session.
Fitzi, on a sunny December day.
A House Sparrow keeps a watchful eye on me as it cracks open a sunflower seed.
Frost on a car window, unnoticed on so many days by so many of us as we hurry about our lives, is a work of art worthy of admiration.
We attended our small town’s Christmas parade last night; three wise women rode in the procession.