Nature's diversity is not as obvious in winter, but it is still very much there. It is often a matter of luck to see a rare beauty visiting in winter like a Northern Saw-whet Owl! This owl decided to sleep next to the busy main trail to the outdoor classroom. It was not even shy of local dogs with their walkers!
shhhhhh! I am sleeping.
Chickadees continue to enjoy the protein-rich sunflower seeds from my pocket.
Rabbits are now common- usually seen as the sun goes down or early in the morning.
What other secrets come out when darkness falls?