A summer tanager was first heard on April 18th, possibly slightly earlier. An indigo bunting was observed within the last few weeks after the 18th. Orioles have invaded for apparently no reason but still have not left.
Updates affecting entries #6 and #11 (Red-bellied woodpecker and great blue heron) on the 25th of February.
The blog is coming out of hibernation! I must continue to add entries to the Field Guide and do lots and lots of research!
Also, I've added an index for the Field Guide so that it is easier to find all the different kinds of plants and animals and the like. I also plan to do some studies eventually, and that will be put at the bottom of the index.
It's good when I don't procrastinate so long that nothing is posted here. Anyway, I am going to continue the note method and also make a sort of field guide. I already started the field guide, but I will put it under its own category so that all the information about plants and birds and animals can be found. If I ever have any.
I will try to post something every week on Tuesday. Maybe I won't get to another entry in the field guide, but I will try to post my notes if that fails. Speaking of that, did I mention that the birds prefer peanut suet over berry but also like the suet facing out towards the woods?
Picture 48, which I said was probably a garter snake, was in fact, a garter snake; a western ribbon snake, to be more specific.
I like observing animals, especially birds. I also take care of the goats. I like goats.
My assistant photographer! She also takes care of African geese.
Another assistant photographer! She takes care of the rabbits, and the hutch is teeming with crawly things.