Masai Mara , Kenya .
As usual the Great Horned Owl chicks spotted us before we spotted them this spring afternoon a year or two ago. Tucked neatly into an old broken cottonwood tree one chick up and one tucked neatly inside with only an eye peeking through. The Owls may have paired up already and soon the eggs will […]
Bison heading home after a day on the job. Yellowstone National Park.
Swans speaking on a winters day in Grand Teton National Park.
At Rivers Edge a Long Billed Curlew passes for a moment to enjoy the view. Although it is several months away I am itching for the return of the curlew to our norther climes and the wonderful song they sing.
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Northern Mockingbird © HJ Ruiz – Avian101
sharp cold ruffling feathers and solitary thoughts
I was pleasantly surprised to see the fox this morning, no doubt dropping by to see if there may be some free suet just hanging about.
Such a magnificent creature with the most beautiful coat and luxuriously gorgeous tail.
Thank goodness I just so happened to be looking out at the squirrels and birds when foxy decided to drop by for a visit.
I often marvel at the dexterity and cleverness of squirrels, especially when seemingly defying gravity to raid bird feeders and suet logs.
This morning’s wicked winds and blinding snow didn’t stop this black squirrel from snacking on the suet log hung from the clothesline.