Greetings friends and fans! This is The Daily Bone and I'm your observant doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
Things continue to change quickly here in WNY! We're going to keep doing our Look Up, Look Down method of discovering amazing things right in our own back yard.
Wednesday morning we looked down and found a pile of feathers under the pear tree.
I gave it a thorough sniff, and concluded the feathers were from a mourning dove. The most likely explanation is that our local Cooper's hawk, Mr. Cool Beans Cooper probably caught this birdie for breakfast. We wish he would try catching some of those annoying grackles, and evil squirrels too, for that matter!
Looking up that same morning, we saw big flocks of Canada geese flying over.
Later, we saw a halo around the sun. Even though it was warm outside, a halo like that usually means some cold rainy or snowy weather is headed our way.
Thursday I spent most of the time sleeping, and GW had to work.
Today, we had high winds that sometimes made the whole house shake. GW says winter and spring are fighting for control! Check out our sunset. These pictures were taken all within about a half hour!