Monday, April 27, 2020

Wild things

It was good to be outside and to enjoy the sun, the sights and sounds of the woodlands in spring, to see the wildflowers breaking through the leaf litter and to hear birdsong in the trees.  Even the bluebirds were active building there nests.

I spent a morning walking a long a small stream and taking in all in.  The trout lily, trillium, bellwort, and wood sorrel were all blooming.

A single classic gold-ribbed hare's ear was all the was needed.

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  1. Gorgeous outing Mark, and a really pretty brookie to boot!

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    1. It was so great to be out and see some wildflowers!

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  2. Nice day buddy. If that's the stream I'm thinking of then that brookie is a super one for that stream...love the trillium.

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    1. Thanks Alan! The gold-ribbed hare's ear did seem to draw out the larger fish! I didn't observe any tiny ones this trip. The wildflowers were the highlight for me, since this was the first time out that I've seen a few!

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