I am not sure I actually have a very favorite month. I love something about every month. Since it's easier to describe the seasons:
|Blooming Spring Flowers|
|Canada Goose With Goslings|
|Bear Cub in Spring|
Wildlife is showing it's newborn also. Fauns, tiny baby cottontails, and depending on where you live, or vacation, you may see even young moose, elk, and bear cubs.
|Running in Park|
|Changing Colors of Autumn|
Of course before those leaves can be burned, they first take on an entirely different array of colors, ranging from yellow, to red and purple, and finally dead, dry brown and tan. As they fall from the deciduous trees, they begin to float on gentle breezes, until the days cool even more, and the air takes on a new feel, with falling leaves taking flight on the now gusting chillier wind. Animals are now in a hurry to gather and eat all they can, for soon winter will be here.
|Autumn on a Country Road|
in the snow
Many bird species have long since left in flocks to warmer weather in more southerly climates.
All trees except for firs and related evergreens bare.
|Shoveling Snow in Winter|
Winter's snows also bring days for people to go skiing, snowball fights, ice skating on frozen ponds, chains on tires of the vehicles they use to get from here to there.
Heaters and radiators are busily pumping heat into the millions of homes, where people take refuge from the freezing cold. It's also the time for all those lovely pumpkin pies, and heart warming meals, that may add a few pounds to be shed when warmer weather eventually rolls around.
Hot chocolate, hot apple cider warm their tummies when the finally go back inside, and have a wonderful stick to your ribs dinner. It's a good time for families to sit around the evening fire, and read bedtime stories, or watch some TV before going to bed, and waiting until the morning's light, to do it all again, until finally some warmer days begin to start melting the snow. Now, slowly, spring is again on the way.
|All seasons of the year|