Featherless on Friday

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I know it’s not bird-related, but I had to share a photo of our new lambs. Our ram jumped the fence early last year, and bred five of the ewes. The lambs were born this past week, and we have 14 of them from the five ewes. Our normal lambing season should begin at the end of April.

Here’s one of the ewes with her triplets,IMG_0026

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Featherless on Friday

A neighbor has left eight bales out in her field since harvest in September and even though they are right next to some acreages, about 20 Whitetail Deer visit them daily and eat their fill. The deer have become so accustom to the people driving by that they barely look up anymore. There are woods nearby for shelter, and the deer spend all day going between the woods and bales.

When I was out birding earlier this week, deer stopped long enough for me to get some photographs,



Featherless on Friday

I wanted to share some photos of a Long-tailed Weasel that I took last week, on the 14th, at my grandparents’ house. A weasel has been visiting my grandparents’ yard for about four years now, and it’s very tame, so we think it’s the same one.

In the background you can see snow, which arrived in October. It’s been very wintery here since then.


If you would like to join me for Feathers on Friday, please put the link to your blog post in the comments and I will add a link to my post.

Instead of my usual Feathers on Friday post I have a Featherless post. I won this bird feeder on Ray Brown’s Talkin’ Birds radio show. It was a prize in the mystery bird contest.

It’s an Onyx Cleaver Clean Feeder from Droll Yankees, and I love it,