Design - "Spring Celebration: Ostara" (freebie found here)
Designer - The Primitive Hare
Fabric - 32 count R & R American Chestnut linen
Fibers - DMC - 2 strands over 2 threads
Started - 3 April 2014
Completed - 4 April 2014
Another gray day. We have yet to have a 70F spring day.
Mornings like this the Turkey Vultures roost until the temperature warms up a bit.
Still seeing a Chestnut-backed Chickadee - that's a treat.
Bunny and Mourning Dove.
I am wondering if this White-throated Sparrow has decided to summer here.
He has been singing up a storm, "Oh, Canada, Canada, Canada!"
I hope he attracts a mate.
I am now seeing 8-10 Violet-green Swallows.
They are back house hunting. I am waiting the return of my Tree Swallows. I think I've heard them a couple of times. I've also heard Purple Martins.
My Evening Grosbeak total is two males and one female.
While House Sparrows are extremely common 'city birds' it is rare that I have one visit.
On Wednesday morning I saw this House Sparrow as well as a Chipping Sparrow, Fox Sparrow, Song Sparrow, Golden-crowned Sparrow, White-crowned Sparrow, and a White-throated Sparrow.