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.
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.