Spring is about to arrive on the Northern Hemisphere. I believe that this makes fall arrive on the Southern Hemisphere. Whatever season you’re in, dear tree year contributors, I thought that we could do a challenge together:
Fill your bird feeders, take a chair and maybe your camera – or neither of this – but stay close to your tree/shrub for 11 minutes and note everything that visits the tree. Do this between the 21st and end of March as many times as you like.
Make a post on your blog, name it “Tree Year March Challenge” and comment on this post with your link. Don’t forget to mention date and time of your observation:
Tree Year March Challenge – Honeysuckle
Eleven minutes with my Honeysuckle: March 21st – 1st day of spring – 6.56 am:
A light breeze through the already green and many leaves, and the first sunbeams of the day. Two male and one female House Sparrows at the feeder. No insects yet.