February: winter’s showcase

As someone born in the month of sun and cold, I declare February to be winter’s showcase month!  Yes It’s cold, but the combination of bright skies upon the snow-laden landscape is unmatched.  Soon, spring will blanket the fields with green, and the lakes and rivers will flow again.  But for now, snow cover allows nature to rest, rejuvenate and replenish her strength.

I am grateful for winter.

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Winter’s Hardships

Winter weather has enveloped wild horse country along with the cold tempatures and the snow has really started to accumulate. As the snow pack deepens it becomes more challenging for all the wildlife including the wild horses. Using their broad hooves, they must dig through the snow to find forage. In conditions like this […]

via Winter’s Hardships — The Wild Horses of Alberta Society

Woodpecker Happenings

Lots of woodpeckers have taken to the suet feeders over the last few weeks.

Their human admirer has upgraded their previously boring suet cake feeder…

to the more upscale and apparently supreme peanut / suet log.

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