The snow and cold continue to plague us here despite the fact that it’s April and supposed to be spring. It’s truly ironic and typically New England that January and February were on the mild side with relatively little snow while March and April have graced us with several days of snow. At least it can’t last long.
And the snow makes it easier to spot the bluebirds.
Great shots of that fluffy guy staying warm. We got more snow in the last ten days of March than the total since January, and there was snow during those preceding weeks. I’m hoping we don’t skip Spring and go straight to Summer. Not that I’m in charge or anything.
These photos (and the actual presence of the bluebird) are wonderful! Hoping that some spring warmth returns soon for you and the bluebirds!
The title reminds me of a movie my kids watched when they were little – Follow That Bird. Now our granddaughters watch it.
Lucky you with those bluebirds! You’ve captured him beautifully!
Judy H says
Beautiful! (The bird – not the snow!)
Oh man, Carole! What fantastic shots! Thank you so much for sharing!!
Your photos are such a beautiful way to start the day. Thank you.
That bluebird looks beautiful among the snow. There – we found the positive in all this white stuff!
Made me smile. Have you seen the cute “little book of cheer” entitled
The Bluebird of Happiness by Vicky Howard. Almost always have one on hand for a gift and my own copy of course.
How wonderful!! Soon the snow will be gone and spring will come in with full force!
Ugh, I’m SO JEALOUS. I put out a mealworm feeder, but I think I have too many trees & they like more open spaces. Everything else–squirrels, chipmunks, robins, woodpeckers–loves the mealworm feeder though.
Y’know . . . I love finding bluebirds anytime. But especially when there is snow. (Because bluebirds just look like hope to me!) XO
Gale Zucker (she shoots sheep shots) says
Gorgeous! They are so sweet and blue they almost look like you drew them by hand.
Oh, isn’t he beautiful!!