Migration Blog — Where is Sojourner the Sparrow

Sojourner's Weekend Stay with Longdraw James at Ashenflock Farm.

Posted by Evanita Montalvo on

Sojourner spent the weekend with James as her Migration entry point to the UK. The following is from James's journal pages. Next stop for Sojourner will be with Rachel S - Suffolk, UK. We are expecting her to arrive later this week. Wishing you all Happy Spinning and Bird Watching!- Evanita"Hi! This is James, also known as "Longdrawjames". I am the UK stop off for Sojourner before she embarks on her trip around the UK! This is me modeling a sweater I spun on my Daedalus Magpie! I live in Surrey near Sevenoaks on my best friend's sheep farm, so...

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Tweety and Sojourner Touch Down at First Migration Stop

Posted by Evanita Montalvo on

Tweety and Sojourner are nearing their first stop on their Migration! They were scheduled to arrive on Friday but the Migration Tracking is looking like they might arrive ahead of schedule on Thursday! Tweety will be touching down near Seattle, Washington and will probably be thankful her stay in Washington will be brief as it's likely going to hit 103F over the weekend! Evanita is planning on doing a live-stream unboxing on her Instagram account as soon as Tweety arrives. If you'd like to watch this be sure to keep an eye on her account. The Live will be recorded...

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Migrating Sparrows - the Journey Begins!

Posted by Evanita Montalvo on

We have two Sparrows eager to go on an adventure of epic proportions! Tweety (yellow) and Sojourner (light blue) are currently in flight to their first destination on their first migration! The Sparrow Migration Program was designed to help connect the community together across the globe so that we can all share our spinning experience and see the world through the eyes of a spinner. Each participants gets to spend two weeks with a wheel, to take her on an adventure, and send her onto her next destination. We hope that our spinners will take advantage of this opportunity and...

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