|Belted Galloways forage at Weir River Farm|
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Turkey Hill and Weir River Farm; October 26, 2013
Five people joined me in a stroll around Turkey Hill and the Weir River Farm on a beautiful sunny day that started with freezing temperatures but warmed up over the course of four hours to about 60 degrees. Birds were present in large numbers, but the most exciting were probably the two Indigo Buntings that were flitting in the shrubs below the enclosure for the Belted Galloways. One poorly seen bird was most likely a female but the other molting male posed for beautiful looks at his still rather blue breast.