Can’t migrate January 15, 2009 Those who can’t migrate…stay insulated. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Ouch! If it gets to -1 this weekend like they say it’s supposed to I won’t complain. I’ll think of this post of yours and offer up thanks that it’s not -30!!
My kids and I loved your cute chubby birds! I can’t really say that I envy your -30, but my kids are praying for some snow. Unfortunately, we are hovering around 4-6 degrees, which means nothing but cold rain!
I have never been in that temp. Holy Moly.
The poor little birdies!! Great photos!
I’ve been watching the temperatures out there – ouch! That’s what we had here in the few weeks before Christmas.
What are you knitting?
Wow, we thought it was cold here today ( -20) but you’ve still got us beat. Don’t you wonder how little birds like that manage to survive these temps! (and I think one of the best things about homeschooling is just being able to hibernate in the house when it’s this cold out)
We’re in the deepfreeze, too. In fact, the radio guy the other day said that we were expecting “winnipeg weather”. I think that might be what we have, indeed. It’s up to almost -20 in the day, I think but it is below -30 overnight. And I have no idea what the windchill is.
Mat set a new personal record today. He cycled to work in -26.
It’s cold here, also. It is -17 right now. I started a new hat for my older son today to match his scarf I knitted. I almost dislike winter until I remember how much more time I have for that sort of thing than I do in the summer.
This weather is a bit extreme though.
Do you ever wonder how those tiny birds survive out there in the frigid temperatures? Amazing.
i’m in arizona right now and all of your geese and ducks are here! our ponds are stuffed to the gills with wintering birds, and the roads as well, for that matter. snow birds we call them- retirees that winter here. there are more northern plates on the road than local these days.