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mrmhead On 25 minutes ago




NE, Ohio
#61New Post! Dec 13, 2020 @ 16:48:58
@mrmhead Said

Any day now I should see my clan of Junco's return



They usually show up around Thanksgiving, and stay until about Easter.



It's about time!

I've been keeping my eye out for them, and thought I saw one a few days ago. But this morning it was confirmed, I saw at least four bopping around the retired garden and wood pile.

I could have missed them previously due to the lack of snow, they don't stand out as much.

I had heard that the wildfires from over the summer have affected migration patterns and timing for some animals. Though I think I'm far enough east for any real effect from them.
chaski On about 1 hour ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#62New Post! Apr 04, 2021 @ 19:29:31
mrmhead On 25 minutes ago




NE, Ohio
#63New Post! Apr 04, 2021 @ 21:23:19
@chaski Said




Funny - I was just thinking about this thread - I Did see the Junkos a few days ago - in the snow. But we're on a warming trend and that may have been the sighting of the season.



Is that your pic?
chaski On about 1 hour ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#64New Post! Apr 04, 2021 @ 21:38:05
@mrmhead Said

Funny - I was just thinking about this thread - I Did see the Junkos a few days ago - in the snow. But we're on a warming trend and that may have been the sighting of the season.



Is that your pic?



Yes... mine.😁

1st bee pic of the season. It’s about 1/2 the size of a honeybee.

Seems like the honeybees never went away this year. They’re cool, but rarely photo them. Carpenter bees have been out on our wisteria for about 2 weeks. I rarely photo them either... they move so much that usually I just watch them.
mrmhead On 25 minutes ago




NE, Ohio
#65New Post! Apr 04, 2021 @ 21:56:50
@chaski Said

Yes... mine.😁

1st bee pic of the season. It’s about 1/2 the size of a honeybee.

Seems like the honeybees never went away this year. They’re cool, but rarely photo them. Carpenter bees have been out on our wisteria for about 2 weeks. I rarely photo them either... they move so much that usually I just watch them.


Well, speaking of tiny bees, if I may cross-pollinate from another board I'm on:

Fairyfly!

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