Ramping Up Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, Princeton, MA Signs of spring abound at the Audubon. A Black-capped Chickadee rests on a grape vine. The All Persons Ramp to the raft will make the view accessible to all. In the wetland area, a Red-winged Blackbird pauses among the cattails. The ground near the bird feeder provides unending treats for the Red Squirrel. Share this:EmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts birdsWachusett Meadow
13 thoughts on “Ramping Up”
Speaking of ramps, pretty soon CSA boxes will have spring ramps in them!
Ramps are very hip right now. 😉 In the Amherst area, (aka The Happy Valley) a bunch of asparagus is called a “Happy Valley Bouquet” ….
Red-winged Blackbirds are one of my favorites. Such distinct songs…
I grew up next to a cornfield, so the Red-winged Blackbird song is the sound of summer to me.
Beautiful landscapes, Julie. 🙂
What a cute chickadee! 😊
Nice pics. 🙂
Enjoy spring as it ramps up!
And for you–enjoy the coming fall days!