I am sorry to report that I won’t be able to make it to the park today, so let me leave you with just two scenes from last winter that we haven’t yet seen this winter.
Second is this handsome pair of red-breasted mergansers from February 17, 2021. We haven’t seen a single one this winter, but we’re in their migration range, so perhaps they’ll grace us with their beauty in the upcoming weeks. We can hope, right?
That’ll have to tide you over until I can visit again tomorrow morning, when the forecast calls for clear skies and calm winds. Woo Hoo!