Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Sight & Sound - The Dykeman Wetlands in Spring

The Dykeman Wetlands Park is greening up nicely. And Middle Spring Creek is babbling away; the file below is the sound of her babbling:

And as you can see, the park and the neighboring nature trail are greening up nicely as well. And full of birds, to which the following sound file attests. Featured in this file is a Tufted Titmouse, but a Northern Flicker and several Goldfinches also stand out in the mix.

It got cooler after the weekend, more seasonable March temperatures, but starting tomorrow we'll be back into the 60s. Spring is definitely in the air.

© 2012 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. There is something about those greens, they are so lush, so rich and I would almost be tempted to say, so English.

  2. ...so green and pretty. Looks like a great place for warblers to sweep through soon.