A delicious snow fell today. I had plans to visit a good friend who lives above Stove Prairie west of Bellvue, Colorado. I loaded my Jeep Liberty (W)renegade with winter time gear and headed up. It took me about 2 hours to get to her house rather than the normal 60 minutes. I had to stop on my way to photograph this majestic, frosty pine.

It was quite a treat to spend the day with Carol watching the her forest birds at her feeders and admiring a beautiful Abert’s Squirrel. There were many varieties of Juncos, Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers, Pygmy Nuthatches, Cassin’s Finches, Red Crossbills, Mountain and Black-capped Chickadees. Except for a few brief moments, the action at the feeders was nearly constant.
Thanks, Carol for a lovely day!
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  1. enjoy-rs says:

    I like you blog very much!!!!

  2. ehunter says:

    Your blog is great. This post in particular brings back some memories of when I lived in Fort Collins.

    By the way, I bought my updated Thayer’s Bird Song Software at Wild Birds Unltd in FC. I think I spent 30 minutes doing a demo quiz in the store.

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