Thursday, March 14, 2024

Early Birds

Little girl stands in front of a pond

It’s been a mild winter…Record setting in fact. The snow melted early, tree buds are peeking, runoff streams are running full bore, and our waterfowl breeding pond ice is already out. This March air certainly has a spring feel.  I sure hope this year’s nesting birds don’t get April-fooled by a frozen blast of late season snow.

To read my granddaughter, Ari Rae’s, early bird duck report, click the link & read on. 

Photo at top: Outlaw Ari Rae. Photo by Dick Monroe.

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A veteran north country writer & story teller raised in Saranac Lake, Dick enjoys “Living in the Day I Am In”, and then writing about it. A severely speech impaired 3x cancer survivor, his pen is his voice. He shares many of his Adirondack Outlaw adventures & tales here. Read the rest on his blog @

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