A New Year’s Tradition

New Year’s traditions may be any of a wide variety of activities.  On this New Year’s Day, I continued one of mine.  I returned to Woodcock Preserve for what has become nearly an annual visit to start my New Year.  And, for some of those visits, I am greeted by one of its residents – an ever watchful Barred Owl.

Barred Owl near first intersection of White Trail and Yellow Trail at Woodcock Preserve.

View a past post regarding our prior New Year’s greeting to one another.

Read about these impressive birds.  The males have begun their annual courtship ritual of calls.  I heard one behind our home late Saturday afternoon.

May your 2019 see the continuation of traditions important to you and may you begin anew a few others.

Wishing you all a very Happy New Year!

Happy trails!


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