From the monthly archives: January 2019

Wednesday Bird Watch

On January 30, 2019 By

Some of the most common birds in our backyards go unnoticed every day. Unlike vibrant colored birds like the cardinal and blue jay, many smaller, less colorful birds fly completely under the radar. The Dark-eyed Junco is one such bird.

A member of the sparrow family, the dark-eyed junco’s color is distinctive, particularly the male […]

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Wednesday Bird Watch

On January 23, 2019 By

Winter always seems so colorless to me. Gone are the bright pinks, yellows and oranges of spring, replaced with dull green lawns and bare tree branches. After the rush of color of changing leaves in autumn, we are in some desperate need of color to get us through the winter. Thank goodness for the birds! […]

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Wednesday Bird Watch

On January 16, 2019 By

Welcome to the Wednesday Bird Watch!

I’ve been bird watching for a little over six months. I’ve been writing small town romance for five years. How do they tie in? What I love most about small town life is the feeling that everything you need or want is right there in town, in […]

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