Look What I Found!

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A Very Hungry Caterpillar

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Invisible Fence

This old section of fence practically disappears under the heavy growth of wild grapevines.

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The late afternoon sun gives the leaves a golden glow.

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Maple

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What’s Down There?

Male Brown-headed Cowbird

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Avian Dust-up

Far from being quality shots, this series does capture the dramatic action I witnessed yesterday afternoon. These two Robins apparently had a territorial dispute.

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Yellow-eyed Glare

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“A Vocabularized Geyser”

Now there is more to a bluejay than any other animal. He has got more different kinds of feeling. Whatever a bluejay feels he can put into language, and not mere commonplace language, but straight out and out book talk, and there is such a command of language. You never saw a bluejay get stuck for a word. He is a vocabularized geyser…. He talks the best grammar of all the animals. – “Moral Lecture” 1895 -Mark Twain

 

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Mrs. C

Looks like someone’s ruffled her feathers.

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“Teakettle, Teakettle, Teakettle”

Carolina Wren

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