Tomorrow I shall hopefully arrive in Florida, and I have waited since first week in January to make this journey. It will only be for a week and yet with youngest daughter and her hubby, it will be filled with joy.
As I shared in adjoining post, I am posting a double dose of snow birds and more today. So many to share and coming up on Spring and I need to get the Winter images done by then. Hoping that everyone is well and enjoying warmer days and better weather~
Remember to double click on the first image, to view a larger slide show presentation after you have read the narratives~
I will be linking up with Judith for:
Here come the White-tailed Deer.
The herd has grown to 15 and 18 every evening and sometimes mornings too. Many of the neighbors keep them fed. I only put out 2- 9 x 11 pans full of corn, both cracked and whole, but it goes a long way~
Do you all have any guesses is to what these footprints might be? You will need to wait until you scroll to the bottom of the page to find out if you were right, or not ;)
I enjoyed watching this White-throated Sparrow preen while a male Cardinal kept watch over it~
Dark-eyed Juncos, just love them~
Well, this one is eating my Bamboo and I should be upset, but we have so much, too much, I do not mind at all~
I was visiting a nest that I have been keeping up with a little and an American Kestrel was on the hunt near the nest site~
Song Sparrows hardly ever come, and they are such beauties~
Wild feather, wet, wild and cold Red-bellied Woodpecker~
How many guessed Bald Eagle foot prints?
They were really neat to see in the frozen snow~