Telling the story of the ups and downs, the adventurous and mundane days of one British family's self-imposed exile in the Capital Region of New York State.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Day 3.038: Snowbird day
It was a good day for snowbirds today (dark-eyed juncos to give them their proper name). They are here all year around, but they are our most common winter bird sighting at the feeders. Of course the bright red cardinals are the most striking to see against the backdrop of clean white snow, but I couldn't wait for them today - after stealing these couple of shots I was back to work for the second and last day of my working week.
Tomorrow we're heading east to Cambridge. Not a 4000 mile trip to the UK, just a 200 mile journey to Massachusetts. See you there!