“A cardinal, whistling spring to a thaw but later finding himself mistaken, can retrieve his error by resuming his winter silence.” The first week of March brought an unexpected cold front that dropped the temperature to the mid-fourties
With the cold weather fading away and spring around the corner animals are out looking for food. This blue jay stopped by to grab a drink of water from the stream.
Although it has warmed up halfway through the month it is still a chilly month of March. Many people have begun walking their dogs along the banks again. With the weather getting better and better each day it is only a matter of time before spring is here to stay.
The moss has also continued to grow in selected areas of the creek. Today is a very beautiful day, it is seventy-nine degrees and sunny with a slight breeze. There are people all around to enjoy this amazing day with me.