Not much has changed, really, and I don't have much to report. That will make this blog entry fairly boring compared to the popular barber shop tale. Sorry.
There were a few warm days in a row, peaking at 50 degrees yesterday. It was nice to get outside, and although these temperatures will not last, it was enough to get some fresh air and to open the windows and air out the apartment. I was starting to feel like I was suffocating in there.
If you want to see robins, we've got them. They never left. I tried counting them along the roadway while I drove, but stopped trying after a short while. There are hundreds and hundreds of them. I also have seen more individual prairie dogs and bison this week than any other trip around the park. A rooster pheasant has been walking around the Maltese Cross Cabin lately, but it won't let me get a picture of it. Without anything more interesting than that to say, I'll just list the animals I remember seeing. I'll be excited when something new shows up to indicate spring coming.
another unidentified hawk, possibly a goshawk