But where is Spring! This seems like the longest winter ever. The birds are hungry and thirsty.
Minnesota Robins are migratory. We don’t really know where they go to. But, when you hear a male Robin singing his territory song, you can take comfort that spring is actually at hand.
Cardinals choose a mate and stick together. They look out for one another and work the nest together, so it’s not uncommon to see a female and male nearby.
Crows are smart birds; they can use tools, remember your face, conspire with one another, they do planning, and can problem solve. I love how they hop hop hop and walk like a hunched over person.
Finches are songbirds and a joy to listen to. One of the most common birds all over the world in many varieties. Below is a house finch (brown) and purple finch (reddish).
The Barred Owl has a mysterious call “who-cooks-for-you” and nests in hollow trees. It’s uncommon to see them out during the day like this one or around human traffic.
Deer have a tough time finding food in the winter. They will scrape the snow away to eat small twigs, dry grasses, and tree bark.
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Stay tuned as Spring comes alive, and baby farm animals are being born. For years I have been documenting the Sustainable Farming movement and recently was awarded the Minnesota State Arts Board grant to continue this important project. While photographing farmers at work, I can hardly contain myself to see those sweet baby faces of barn animals begging to have their picture taken. So stay tuned for baby animals in my next SPRING BLOG POST. By then, it better be spring!Share on Facebook