I found sound challenging to capture in a silent, still photo. You be the judge of how well I did.
Bumblebee busy gathering chive nectar
This little buzzer is pollinating my red raspberries.
The Yellow Bellied Sapsucker has a jazzy little drumming beat.
He proudly announces his presence for all the nearby females using the resonance of my garage roof.
Not one of my preferred sounds, my neighbors mowing their lawn is a sure sign of spring.
Rain pounding on my skylight is a welcome sound, watering my garden and woods, and making sure there’s water in that ditch for the tadpoles.
A good rain brings out spring waterfalls in the creeks.
These wind chimes were made for me by my honey years ago. The sound is just lovely, and they move with just a gentle breeze.
It’s your turn – what’s pleasing YOUR ears this spring?
by Peg Cherre, Executive Director