The wild life is starting to show up. This young moose didn't seem too perturbed that we are only 10 feet away. We've been seeing vast flotillas of Pterodactyl like Sandhill cranes squawking overhead. Hundreds of them like huge bomber wings. The geese aren't shy about making their progress known. Red Wing Blackbirds are busy emptying the sunflower feeders. Robins and Blue birds are hopping over the fields, a wary eye out for the cats. The eagles have been here all winter and land on the large fir tree and treat the barking girls with disdain.
Before we left for a Coast run I noticed Humming Bird feeders up - a sure sign that they will be filling the Veranda with their joyful buzz.
And Packrats to track down. One thought it would be a great idea to set up shop under the hood of a truck. Took about thirty seconds for the girls to track it down and harass it mercilessly.
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