Some critter got run over in front of our driveway and the turkey vultures showed up to clean up the remains.
Being mindful that he doesn’t get run over.
Taking a quick bite….
While others were checking things out from above.
Last Saturday was the opening weekend of rifle deer season. My husband goes every year and thankfully filled his two tags on the first day. However, while waiting for the deer to make their appearance he took a couple of pictures.
Saturday morning we had baby turkeys pass through our yard. Of course, being the 4th of July, someone set off a loud firework, causing a big boom and scaring off the turkeys. I had just enough time to snap two pictures.
The weather this last week ha been really nasty. As a result, the bird feeder was very, very busy. Of all of the birdies, we got a single red winged black bird that came to feed. Beautiful bird.
This picture is somewhat blurry because this little bird is fast. How fast was it? It was so fast I didn’t think I got its picture taken. It was a very cold day and it was a frenzy of activity at the bird feeder.
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