However, we're dipping back down to single digits at night this weekend.
I am NOT overjoyed about that, since I have a lone rooster that can't be
put in where the heated water is.
Still trying to figure that out.
The little ponds have all thawed again since we had such good weather these last few days... but I imagine the geese will have to head back to the big lakes for a few days to find open water.
This Northern Flicker was in the maple tree at the old house. NOTE BUDS.
Note under the black hen.
I've gotten 3 eggs now! Three days in a row!
Even with the side door propped open again,
all the chickens were in when we went out tonight to
shut the door. Two had ventured onto the porch... but none had
gone down to the ground.
This little woodpecker was busy on the dying walnut tree.
Oh, yes, we saw our dark hawk.
These ladies passed me the other morning. I stopped the car to make sure they saw me... you can see the wave telling me to come ahead. What a beautiful morning they had to ride... this was the day that went to 63 degrees.