While we receive reports from other parts of the country that they are already picking food from their plants, gardening season has just barely come to Rexburg. We were delighted this last week to finally see the flowering trees blooming and to feel that warm weather is truly here to stay.
I say that with hope and a will for it to be so, but Susie is already predicting one last snow flurry here in June sometime, so we will hide and watch.
Each year at this time we get a large influx of birds and the morning air is full of a cacophony of avian songs. One temporary visitor that migrates through on the way to Yellowstone Lake each year is the Franklin Gull. On some days, if you have the time, you can sit for hours and watch as group after group pass by overhead, squawking to each other and all heading in the same direction.
To learn some other interesting things about Franklin Gulls click on this link-