Even the squirrels – and chipmunks – are becoming anxious to ‘get on’, they’ve got their annual spring ‘plans’ to attend to and all this snow, ice and freezing rain silliness is getting in their way. We’ve had a burgeoning squirrel population over the winter, but these last few days has seen an even larger contingent foraging beneath the bird feeders.
A few days ago, when it was actually sunny with not a snowflake in sight, I walked along the docks in the Parry Sound harbour. This fellow was surveying his territory, perhaps scouting out an errant french fry.
Linc is obsessed with balls – all balls, any balls, balls of all colours. I love his obsessive ball behaviour! There are balls all over the house, yard and neighbourhood. Once the snow is gone completely, I suspect there will be a scattered collection strewn on the ground from our backyard and back forty.
Seeing eye to eye with a Great Horned Owl in the Foothills outside of Denver CO. It is a joy to study the intricate feather colors and variations on these birds. That little horizontal stripe of black feathers in the light brown on this ones ears is truly amazing don’t you think?
We just wish to remind all of our supporters of our upcoming fundraising banquet. All monies raised goes into our work to save and rescue wild horses that need help. A lot of work still needs to be done to assure that the wild horses of Alberta can remain forever wild and free in the […]