Today, March 20th, the Spring equinox, awoke us with about 2 feet of snow on the ground. Aaah, Vermont. It was beautiful, anyway, just a bit late in the year. An exploration along the Connecticut and Ompompanoosuc Rivers nearby produced 2 pairs of Hooded Mergansers, a lone Killdeer foraging along the “Pompy” River, 15 crows, and a flock of 35 Wild Turkeys in a cornfield, digging in the snow. Turkey in the Straw?