A fanatical birder blogging about Screech owls in owl box, backyard birding and wildlife in the Northeast USA.
Awwww...too cute! Try visiting the midwest - you will frolic just like Bailey the Reindeer! :D I am doing just that this week, assuming the plane can get out of Boston during the predicted NorEaster?!"Deck the halls with lots of snowflakes...fa la la la la, la la la la"!
Just NOT the weekend of 1/24...When I went owling in Minnesota in 2005, I stepped off the side of the road onto what I thought was a few inches of snow. Wrong! I went up to my hip.
Ug. No thanks. Our whole freakin' city shuts down when there are two inches of snow. You know people are still talking around here about the "Blizzard of 1978"? Buncha sissies.But dogs don't care, do they? It's playtime!
Isn't that dog a riot? Our weather forecast is for another 6-9" of snow tomorrow.....good thing my dog has long legs!Patrick's comment is true--I have a picture of my sister up to her butt in roadside snow from our 2005 owling trip in Northern MN also.
Barbara, the midwest sounds like a blast to visit although I'm not sure that I can handle THAT much snow on a consistent basis. Have fun - are you going to do any owling out there?Patrick, owls and mega snow - sounds like an AWESOME time to me. Susan, I hear you. When we get anything over a couple of inches in NJ the whole state closes down.RuthieJ we had a couple of inches today and I'd love 6-9 inches - send the snow our way please! Jees I've been following all the owl maps in MN and it's crazy! Snowy owls and Hawk owls all in the same area - come on people. Are these owls really that easy to track down? Do they really sit on the side of the road like all the pictures that I've seen? I wish I had some frequent flier miles to kill.....Thanks for popping in all, much appreciated. BTW, I'm not doing spell check on my comments as it's 12:42 am and I need to head to bed. Good nite and thanks again for popping in.
loved that video....
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