This is the time of year when spring rushes in and overwhelms: your blogger ends up with a full heart and full camera and not enough days in the week.Silhouettes of Cedar Waxwings amidst the blooming maple. More Acer.Amongst the many signs (and sighs) of spring, the Eastern Phoebe’s pumping tail surely ranks near the top. Saying its name is up there too, but this one was silent.Red-winged Blackbirds, however, were playing the dozens around the Upper Pool.
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