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Yesterday we saw our first Bluebirds this spring.

Eastern Bluebird on Sumac

 

Eastern Bluebird on Sumac

It snowed almost all day so I manage to capture quite a few cardinal photos.

 

House Sparrows started showing up at my feeders a few years ago. I think they came over from the neighbors farm.

Occasionally Blue Jays will turn up at my feeder.

 

Nothing brings cardinals to the feeder like a good snowfall.

 

It was another beautiful morning to ski on the Red Cedar Trail. We had a light snowfall overnight so the snow was fresh. There were quite a few fresh tracks in the snow.

The ice wall was looking good with the fresh snow.

We have been seeing Bald Eagles in the nest across the river from the ice wall. On this morning if flew from the nest to a perch above the ice wall. It didn’t seem to be bothered by us skiing past it.

 

I’ve had a few Blue Jays hanging around my feeders this winter.

We haven’t had a lot of snow storms recently but I’ve managed to capture a few photos of Northern Cardinals when it has been snowing.

 

 

A few shots from the farm this past week.

Black-capped chickadee

Blue Jay

Dark-eyed-Junco

Black Squirrels have become quite common in western Wisconsin. However, this is the first one I’ve seen on the farm.

Black Squirrel

The Dark-eyed Juncos have been around all winter.