Monthly Archives: February 2022

Signs of Spring – First Really Warm Day, Tree Frogs

Today was the first day that really felt like spring. It was sunny and 69 on the porch, really delightful. Last night was the first night I heard the tree frogs, along with a few pond peepers, I believe. They … Continue reading

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Waterfowl & Songbird Migration Starting

Based on what I’ve seen in the birding reports from Georgia and Indiana, it looks like the migration is getting underway. I saw three buffleheads last week in the cove at Morganton Point, which tends to confirm it. I haven’t … Continue reading

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More On Noontootla Creek Bridge

As I mentioned before, the Noontootla Creek bridge on Newport Road just before Black Ankle Creek Road has been closed by the state due to deficiencies. (That is, if you are coming from Aska Road, the bridge is closed just … Continue reading

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Yesterday Snow Report

My website was down yesterday, so I couldn’t post. But for the record, we had a light unexpected snow that made the uncovered decks very slick. Most of it was gone by late afternoon.

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