Life on a family farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
Challenge taken. You won :)That was so very pleasant .Now, darlin'! Is that a half-frozen mockingbird in that pix?!
Thanks Marianne! Glad you enjoyed it!
Cathy, isn't that a terrific song? And yes, it is a chilly mocker who didn't even stop eating rose hips when I was right next to him.Robert, thank you for sharing it! I love it!
Have you had mockers there this late before? Actually over-wintering?!
Cathy, they commonly overwinter around here. My late mother-in-law used to feed them currents on the living room window sill.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Lovely start to my day!Happy Thanksgiving Dear New York Friends!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Awww. . . Can't imagine living in a home with history . . . . . your mother-in-law . . placing currants on a windowsill for a winter mockingbird. . .So rare, now-a-days . .
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