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Posted by: atowhee | April 4, 2019

TODAY’S WORD: NEST

Dipper watching as mate is on eggs at Dipper Bridge.  Robin gathering material for nest lining.  It is the season.

Both Golden-crowned and a White-crowned Sparrow still in our garden.  Golden-crowned coming clean:

Also current: currant–CURRANT (3)HENBITHENBIT (3)This plant originated in the Old World, not widespread in North America.
Also, I note our state flower, Oregon grape, is blooming widely along with domestics like cherry, spirea, grape hyacinth, hellebore, star magnolia and other early varieties, daffodils at their height now, and dandelions celebrating longer days with bright yellow sunbursts of their own.

SKUNK CABBAGE (Lysichiton americanus), the axcent of spring in seeping boglands of Pacific Northwest:skunk cabb

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