Sunday, March 19, 2017

Day 79 - 19th March 2017 - Black Guillemont, Cattails and White Breasted Nuthatch

A little chilly out there this morning. The stars are darting behind clouds and the Owls are busy hooting back and forth to one another up at the head of the lake. Think I heard a Coyote too. Storm on the way for today/tomorrow, looks like snow to start with, changing to ice pellets then a fair amount of rain. Sounds like a curl up with a book kind of afternoon. We suffered through groceries in Shelburne yesterday. To make it a bit less painful took a drive down around Dock St. first - a number of ducks in the harbour there - Mallards, Mergansers, Guillemont. Spied three Eagles flying over. Took a drive to the Industrial Park - lots of Gulls of course but some Crows were chasing a Hawk. Then it was back home - Larry brought in more wood from the wood shed (that's getting low - winter needs to end) and I puttered around doing house chores etc. Roamed the hood a bit before supper.
Black Guillemont.

 One up and one down - they were diving for food.
 Cattails are pretty well spent after the winter.
White Breasted Nuthatch

Enjoy your day!

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