Spring in the Adirondacks is noisy and active, a noticeable change from the relative silence and calm of winter. Beginning yesterday evening, I enjoyed a beautiful and melodic 24-hour Adirondack Spring Symphony. The spring peepers featured below started it all.
Then a barred owl visited the tree outside my window last night asking ‘Who cooks for you?’ (I assume this is a rhetorical question because everyone knows who cooks for me.) The early morning symphony featured the soft cry of loons followed by the morning thrushes.
Mother Nature’s orchestra never disappoints.