Friday, April 27, 2007

monk parakeets and daffodils in rhode island (belatedly)

The monk parakeets of Narragansett Terrace in East Providence, RI are rebuilding their stick nest on the same electric pole that power company removed it from. We stopped by to check out the rebuilding on our way to Blithewold (Bristol, RI) to see the daffodils last Sunday. I can't figure out how to post the video here so you'll have to make do with a still photo. And yes, we did see daffodils.

It's about time we had something resembling spring. Of course, now several days later when I get around to posting this, it's pouring rain again.

Still hoping to get in a full shift of watching the invisibirds tomorrow.

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