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  1. Laurie Graves says:

    The birds aren’t the only ones!

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    1. I agree with the birds – enough is enough!😁 I hope that after all the snow they received in parts of New Jersey and New York that the storm weakened before it arrived in your area.πŸ™‚

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      1. Laurie Graves says:

        Not too bad! We got 12 inches of snow—not unusual for Maine—and it wasn’t particularly heavy. Also, not much wind. So we made out pretty well.

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      2. Glad to hear things were not too bad and no power outages!πŸ™‚

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      3. Laurie Graves says:

        Having power makes everything better!

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  2. plaidcamper says:

    So you’re saying spring is a little late?!

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    1. At this rate, I expect spring to arrive in May. I will have to go kayaking in my winter boots!😁

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  3. sandyjwhite says:

    The resilience of birds is amazing.

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    1. It’s always surprising to see so many of them during the snowstorms and yesterday they made sure the squirrels did not steal their peanuts.πŸ™‚

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    1. I never thought I would say this, but what happened to our beautiful February weather. I knew I should not have been so excited about those 60 degrees days.😁

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      1. Eliza Waters says:

        We’re building resilience. πŸ˜€

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  4. I so understand how this feels. The birds are exhausted and we have to keep them going to make it through until spring!!

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    1. We have plenty of peanuts and birdseed to help them through these last few weeks of winter.πŸ™‚

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  5. Thanks for the interpretation of the birds’ tweets!

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    1. Very vocal group at the bird feeder yesterday!😁

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  6. M.B. Henry says:

    Boy that last bird isn’t messing around.

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    1. The feisty nuthatch wanted to add no photographers next to the bird feeder!😁

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  7. How they survive winter, maintaining a 103 degree body temp is beyond me! πŸ™‚

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    1. I’m always amazed watching they stay through the bitter cold and snow and I think we’ve actually had more birds visiting this winter.πŸ™‚

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  8. scifihammy says:

    Aw Poor little things. I hope it warns up soon for you all! πŸ™‚

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    1. The cold continues, but the birds and I are very happy that the snow ends today.😁

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      1. scifihammy says:

        Hooray! πŸ˜€

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  9. jillslawit says:

    Your birds are more resilient than the Slaithwaite birdies. During our recent snowstorms we only saw a fat cheerful Mistle Thrush and the resident Black-Headed Gulls.

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    1. The birds and I will be so excited to hang out together in warmer weather and the birds in your area must have been shocked to see so much snow this winter.πŸ™‚

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      1. jillslawit says:

        Yes, I think they were. We do usually get a bit, but have had more sporadic, then prolonged bursts all year. Winters were always bad up here years ago, before I was born. Folk were snowed in for weeks at a time, but the climate seems to have changed.

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