**CAUTION** Content at end of blog may be disturbing for some readers.
Thursday looked to be a nice day starting off with a mild morning, so I planned on getting into work to take a quick walk around the new trails. Robins were out in abundance, calm in the early morning before normal territorial disputes that would unveil themselves later in the day.
Another sparrow, the White-throated Sparrow is only a winter resident in this part of Connecticut but they have also begun to practice their songs. Once they make their way north to breeding territories they will be ready to go.
|Audio- White-throated Sparrow song|
|Gray Squirrel eating a Mourning Dove|
|Close-up of nature|