While bird watching is enjoyed best in warmer seasons, that’s not to say that there aren’t some regional species that you can spot during the winter as well. In Western Florida, you can spot Snailkites, Limpkins and even Woodstorks. The Adirondacks are another great location to catch waterfowl and songbirds of all types playing near large bodies of water. Rhode Island is also ripe with Mallards, flocks of Pintails and American Black Ducks in protected bays and marshes. Needless to say, your range of options for spotting some sweet wildlife are pretty wide no matter where you are. Though you won’t be catching many migrations, you’re sure to get lucky to spot a few birds on a feed mission or simply exploring.
It’s no secret that the past year and a half has shifted our daily lives as we know it. With the transition of office workspaces shifting to fully remote working, there have certainly been pros and cons of the change. The lack of coworker camaraderie is surely a bit of a bummer, but the freedom to adjust your workflow with all of the amenities of your own home has really opened people’s eyes to the joys of working remotely. So much so, that some companies are now going fully remote - and some employees are even leaving jobs that are starting to require in-office attendance.