As the days grow longer, I have heard the local chickadees sing more often!
The sun rose this morning over East Gwillimbury at 7:17 and will set at 5:50. That's ten-and-a-half hours of daylight! Whoohoo! And we are gaining nearly three minutes of daylight every day.
Largest square: black capped chickadee. Moving clockwise: bluebird house on fencepost; three goldenrod galls and grapevine stems next to fence; fluffy cattails; snow on shelf fungus; and spruce tips in snow, broken off in wind and ice.
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