Big birds, little birds, plain brown or black birds and one of startling color!
4-year-old bald eagle with a small fish for a pre-brunch appetizer!
The tiny brown-headed nuthatch has snagged one of her favorite sources of protein:
a spider from the web below her.
This brilliantly yellow bird is a prothonotary warbler.
They come for the summer nesting season.
A northern rough-winged swallow:
a tiny speed demon that loves to consume flying insects such as mosquitos.
There is WAY more branch here than osprey!
I would have loved to have been able to see him get it into his nest.
Closeup of a beautiful black vulture.
I really appreciate their contributions to the cleanup around the lake.
Dew makes a beautiful reflective surface; that is part of the backside of the Jordan Lake dam seen in the bigger droplets.
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tree of spider life on a river island
Isn’t the spider’s spangle a delightful addition to these calico asters?
I wonder just how much ale the spiders had last night – their webs show signs of revelry.