Michigan in May
Croaking, chirping life abounds
And I say nothing
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Sooke in May
Young herons gagging in their nests
an awful racket
Chainsaw in the distance
the BC bird
Rescue helicopters hovering
for lost tourists
Love this! Sounds like things are pretty lively out there — a seasonal shift, no doubt…
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