It's not even mid-April anymore, it's past that. First day of Spring? Long gone. We had a few days where you could go outside and rake the flower beds, things were sprouting - looking green. The feeder was visited by RED and GOLD finches, cardinals, along with the junco's, woodpeckers, chickadees, and nuthatches. And robins. Robins are "always" a sign that the weather has turned. Not this year.
In this episode of the podcast 1A, there is a great discussion about the current situation facing migratory birds in the Trump Administration. MIGRATORY BIRDS for pete's sake!! The episode description:
One hundred years ago, Congress passed a law to protect migratory birds — but our feathered friends could be in danger after a Trump administration decision limited the law's effectiveness. We discuss why one of America's oldest environmental laws now faces a new legal battle, and what this could mean for the birds — and the environment.
Now. On to this - bunches all over the house: