Nature Walk: Seasonal Changes

By Taylor on October 28, 2013 in Blog


At this time of year with long lanceolate leaves of black willows in a desiccated wetland many be overlooked in exchange for some more eye catching sights like the dramatically colored oaks and maples, and huge flocks of northern robins. As they migrate, the robins will stop to feast on fall berries and bathe in bird waters and rainwater pools. In a few weeks the deciduous trees will have slipped into winter dormancy, and only resident winter birds such as juncos, tree sparrows and blue jays will still be flying around.

What signs of the changing seasons have you seen lately? Do you have a favorite?

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