Cape Ann marshes are coming to life, in spite of the snowy days and unseasonably cold temperatures. Choristers make themselves readily known with their mating songs and with still bare tree limbs, they are fairly easy to spot.
Camouflaged! No eggs yet at the Mouring Dove nest.
Dissipating cattail seed heads make for terrific songbird nesting material.
Turn up your volume and listen for the male Red-winged Blackbird song in the instagram below, just audible enough through the noisy Mallards quacking.
Kim, once again your photography just blows me away. Both these photos and the Turkeys are stunning! Thank you. bob
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Thank you so much Bob for writing that, very much appreciated.
Love how you take me on a vacation with you pictures. It’s the most relaxing time for me, and the beauty they deliver to me lasts all day long. Thank you for your passion that you share. Blessings Louise