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Today’s Blooms – Migration

We know how things migrate in our garden. Every year things pop up in a space not assigned to them in the garden. Tomatoes are notorious in my yard for traveling to places that were not reserved for them.

As I was walking in the neighborhood looking for things blooming I encountered some things in migration. Today’s Blooms are all birds. I did not take the eagle photo I was not fast enough, but a friend did.

This guy was all alone.
Some of the Trumpeter Swans, about 40 on the lake.
They don’t nest here, but are just passing by.

We have the usual migratory birds but our little lake invites a few of the more impressive flocks. No wild turkeys spotted but in the summer we do have turkey vultures. Happy Thanksgiving.

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One thought on “Today’s Blooms – Migration

  1. We get Turkey Vultures twice a year — Spring and Fall — we’re in their migratory path and they fly here and hang out for a couple of days before taking off and heading away again. Messy birds… destructive, too!

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