Wednesday, March 2, 2011

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Early March at the Fill

Here is a video of the landfill today around five o'clock.  It gets pretty quiet and serene when all the trucks are gone and the dust settles.  Sorry for all the wind in the background but it's a landfill, it stays windy. Mostly just Red-winged Blackbirds and Song Sparrows now. I'm still waiting to see the first swallow of the year.



9 comments:

mick said...

Spring is coming for all in the northern hemisphere and this morning I was watching shorebirds all colored and ready to leave the southern hemisphere to migrate north.

Ryan Ankeny said...

I'm ready for em.

joco said...

I'm impressed with your wing-flapping favicon.
So much so that I forgot to look at your pictures :-)

Frank said...

Enjoyed the video Ryan. We are waiting for the first wave of early migrants to arrive and add their tunes to the residents' morning chorus.

Andrew said...

Nice video Ryan. Spring is on it's way.

Pat said...

I love the video! So wonderful to hear those Redwinged Blackbirds - one of my favorites.

Robin Robinson said...

Funny blog concept. Right up my alley, or land fill as it were. I also post about land fill, or "dump" as I call it, visitations. Great when there's fresh snow to cover all the cucka, sometimes literally!

Springman said...

Good lord, You making the landfill look like Eden! Your video skills are off the hook. Excellent presentation!

NatureFootstep said...

nice with a video. :)

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