The return of the Geese are so nice to see. Hearing their honk signifies the ice is out and they are back for another year to raise their offspring. Though Geese are often considered a nuisance they really are a sign of the season, signifying the beginning and end of winter.
Do you buy Pansies in the Spring? Although they aren't my favorite flower, they are the first blooms available here in the Northeast so I make sure to fill a couple pots to put on display. By the middle of July they've pretty much passed their prime so I ditch them for on-sale Geraniums.
A photo of tonights sunset looking out into my backyard. The water still hasn't dried up from our nor'easter last week-end, but we had a fabulous day today with temps in the 60's. Oh sweet Spring will finally arrive tomorrow with more warmth.
Last night I heard the Peeper frogs for the first time. It's very early. Usually they don't start peeping until around the 1st of April. Tonight they're peeping again, the ducks are quacking somewhere out back, and the Robins are singing their end of the day songs. Next week we're headed back down into the 40's with more rain so I imagine their voices are short lived.
What's Spring like in your neck of the woods?