Nature Walks – In the Trees

I have said many times I just never know what I am going to see on my walks. Today, it was yet another absolutely gorgeous day and it was a perfect day for a good walk. The lakes were very still, other than the geese and a few ducks. Today, everything was happening up in the trees. I saw a lot of birds and things you would expect to find in the trees, as well as a few things I wouldn’t expect to find in the trees. But that’s what makes it fun. You just never know. Sometimes, you just need to look up.

Let’s start with some unusual things. A turkey of a different feather.

Some fishing bobs.

a moose.

and some hats.

I think Santa has been partying a bit too hard and left this behind. He might need this.

I expect to find leaves in the trees, but usually I expect to see the leaves of those particular trees.

And now for things I expect to see in trees, like pine cones

bird houses,

and birds. These were pretty far away, and I really had to zoom in on them. I think they are Clay-Colored Sparrows.

I think this is a red winged black bird, but it is kind of hard to tell.

A Robin looking in to say hi.

This is an Eurasion Collared Dove.

And another beautiful Northern Flicker.

Hope you all enjoy your day. Make it great. Everyday is a beautiful day.

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

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