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Welcome to Taylorville-on-the-hill: A graphic novel for the birds

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Tank top in 70 degrees yesterday; snow falling and 34 today!

Yesterday I had on a tank top and worked in the yard. The scrap metal from construction that I put on the roadside was gone. Folks not only pick up furniture or clothes or old bar-be-que grills, they will pick … Continue reading

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Fox Sparrows in the Snow

These photographs are also from yesterday’s heavy snow. I looked out this morning, however, and it was a repeat of yesterday. Big fat snowflakes were falling rapidly, though they have slowed by now and are smaller. That allowed me time … Continue reading

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And the snow and sleet keeps on falling down

It was not snowing this morning so I went out to refill feeders. Shortly thereafter, the snow started, followed by sleet, and then more snow.

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Sunshine and Snow Day

Although it was only a high of 21 today, the sun came out early and it has been a beautiful day with clear blue skies and stillness. I was willing today to get out long enough to refill the bird … Continue reading

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Boxing Day: The gift of the cardinal in the kudzu vines

There is something akin to amazement every time I look out at the cardinals in my front yard. They perch in the dormant kudzu vines wrapped around the pine trees and hang out on the feeders. No matter how many … Continue reading

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