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The winter solstice is this Saturday, Dec. 21, at 9:19 p.m. While the days have been sunny and beautiful (when you are inside looking out the window!), if you have spent any time outside, you know that the brisk wind combined with our day time temperatures has made it downright frigid the last few days.
Frequently, the topic of my presentations touches on the relationship between native plants and wild birds.
Over the past week, I’ve had several opportunities to spend time out in nature—which I’ve loved.
We have enjoyed such a beautiful fall, but each day inches us a day closer to winter weather.
I am frequently invited to do speaking engagements where I talk on the subject of landscaping to make one’s yard bird-friendly.
This past Saturday, my wife Gayla and I finished hiking the Prescott Circle for the first time.
On Thursday, July 4, my wife and I hiked segment five of the Prescott Circle Trail. This segment utilizes Trail 396 in the Prescott National Forest and runs between Senator Highway and the White Spar campground.
Team Jay’s Bird Barn enjoyed a delightful bird watching experience earlier this week as we spent time visiting a variety of habitats in an effort to boost our total species count as part of the Prescott Audubon Society Birdathon fundraiser.