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Spring is for the Birds
Yellow-rumped Warbler
Spring is for the Birds

The sun is shinning bright this morning, but there is still a chill in the air that lasted all day long. Next Sunday is Easter, a day most celebrated, really for the wrong reasons. As a child, I couldn't wait to find the eggs that had been hidden by the Easter bunny

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Back to Cedars
American Woodcock
Back to Cedars

Thank the good Lord, Spring is finally here, with sunshine and warm temperatures. I am almost ready to do some serious camping, out to cedar forest.

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This Weather is For the Ducks
Canvasback Duck
This Weather is For the Ducks

This has been a very hard week for me and my brother and all of our children. My Mother passed away on the 10th of March. The funeral was not a sad situation, as many friends kept us in their thoughts and prayers.

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Down by the River Side
White-breasted Nuthatch
Down by the River Side

There is always someone who thinks about predictions about the weather. Up in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, people have taken it upon themselves to turn to a large rodent to let them know when spring arrives.

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On The Road Again 2
Chloe\'s Female Cardinal
On The Road Again 2

It sure was nice to finally be able to get back into my regular routine of Saturday bird watching. After our Peking fix, Anthony Gray and I thought it would be a good idea to check out the old blown-out bridge on Cedar Creek at North Dickerson Chapel Road.

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Roads Slicker Than Owl Grease
White-throated Sparrow
Roads Slicker Than Owl Grease

I am not sure of what went wrong, but I am having to write my bird story all over again. My new computer must have a mind all to itself. The weatherman was right on for this past weeks snow and ice storm.

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Burrrrrr It's Cold!
Male Goldfinch in Winter Garb, By Liz Franklin
Burrrrrr It's Cold!

What a rollercoaster ride with the weather this weekend. Saturday started out with decent temperatures, wearing only a lite jacket. After leaving our, Lebanon Senior Citizen Center Valentine Dance, I almost froze walking the short distance to our car.

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Hurry Up Spring!
Large Tom Turkey in the Treetops
Hurry Up Spring!

Another beautiful Saturday was had by all who wanted to get out and enjoy it. Driving by the Don Fox park, I could see that it was very crowded, with many folks walking in the sunshine almost elbow to elbow.

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Close Encounters of the Bird Kind
The Red-tailed Hawk is Ready for Release
Close Encounters of the Bird Kind

This past Saturday was bright and sunny, but the temperatures kind of stayed on the chilly side. It seems like every week that I give my opinion about the weather, good or bad. That does seem to have some kind of bearing on seeing birds.

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Meet Mr. Lucky, The Hawk, not me
Injured Red-tailed Hawk
Meet Mr. Lucky, The Hawk, not me

This past Saturday started out with fluffy snow which covered just about everything, thank goodness, except the roads. As soon as the dawn broke, I had a plethora of birds jockeying for position at my bird feeders.

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Looking For Eagles
Bald Eagle at Hunters Point, By Robin Nation
Looking For Eagles

What a beautiful Saturday we had right in the midst of Winter and it should hang on for a few more days. It was great to get outside and not have to wear heavy coats.

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Bald Eagles are Here in Wilson County
Tammye Whitaker\'s Bald Eagle
Bald Eagles are Here in Wilson County

I certainly hope that this past "Polar Vortex" will be the last that we hear of it until next year. Maybe they can come up with some completely new phrase to call a cold spell.

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This Year has Flown By
Male Common Goldeneye
This Year has Flown By

 

Here's wishing you all a wonderful new year. Yesterday, who else, Anthony Gray picked me up for our normal Saturday feast and then headed out to the north east part of the county to see what was lurking there.

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Looking Back to 2014
Scarlet Tanager, A Summer Visitor
Looking Back to 2014

Well, it's refreshing to be starting a new year. I thought that I might think back to the year 2014 and some of the things that went on in my year. We had one of the coldest temperatures back in January where it dropped down to four degrees for about three days.

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Last Bird Trip of 2014

The countdown to another year has begun. This past year had to be the quickest one in my entire life. I have always heard that the older you get the faster they go by.

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Beware of the Kestrals, Especially Mice
Great Horned Owl Caught in the Chicken Pen
Beware of the Kestrals, Especially Mice

Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. I thank God for the birth of his son, and let us all rejoice, because Jesus is the reason for the season.

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Twas The Week Before Christmas
White-breasted Nuthatch by Kelly Townes Hall
Twas The Week Before Christmas

Does it seem possible that Christmas is only a week and a day away? I hope you have finished your shopping by now and all you have left to do is wrap presents.

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Who's an Old Coot?
American Coot
Who's an Old Coot?

I am really looking forward to this years Christmas parade and am in hopes of getting some great pictures to share with our readers of The Wilson Post.

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Land Down Under In My Backyard
Chickadee feeding from down under
Land Down Under In My Backyard

How many of you had trouble pushing yourself away from the dinner table Thanksgiving Day? I know that I did, especially going to two dinners.

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Snakes, Too Much For Anthony?
Housefinch eating from my squirrel proof feeder
Snakes, Too Much For Anthony?

With decent weather this past Saturday, one would think that our feathered friends would be out in abundance, but they were sticking to cover like a cockle burr sticks to a blue tick coon hound.

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Snakes, Too Much For Anthony?
Housefinch eating from my squirrel proof feeder
Snakes, Too Much For Anthony?

With decent weather this past Saturday, one would think that our feathered friends would be out in abundance, but they were sticking to cover like a cockle burr sticks to a blue tick coon hound.

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The Road Less Traveled
Cedar Waxwings, Photo by Kelly Townes Hall
The Road Less Traveled

This has got to be the quickest year in my life, and now Thanksgiving is just two weeks away. I do believe that real cold weather has arrived much sooner than it has in years past.

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Winter Birds Have Returned
Dark-eyed Junco
Winter Birds Have Returned

The weatherman, or woman is once again talking about a "polar vortex" getting ready to kick us in the seat of our pants. When they come upon something new in their vocabulary, they seem to beat a dead horse.

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Too Cold For The Birds
Carolina Wren
Too Cold For The Birds

It's here! Cold weather has finally arrived with a capitol, BURRRR. Halloween night was cold enough for me. You will hear from people telling you that you need cold weather to kill off the insects in the ground.

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Down on Jay-Bird Street
Adult Bluejay
Down on Jay-Bird Street

This is the time of the year that I call the " inbetweens ", where it is still too warm here, but not cool enough where our winter birds will start showing up. Just about the only thing here is our regular all the time species, that you can find here around your feeders.

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