Most blogs have some sort of theme: species, seasonal, rarities, or trip. This blog is none of the aforementioned. I have a hodge podge of interesting photos I wanted to share with you that others have sent in. Such as this photo of a Loggerhead Shrike taken by Joe Thompson:
Joe happened to find the shrike posing nicely in front of his red workshop. What the shrike did next….well…you’ll have to take a look.
The next group of fascinating photos comes from Kim Walton; he captured the wild nightlife at Dyess AFB with his wildlife camera. Do you know what this is coming to water?
And below is a photo of the Eastern Bluebird eggs Marsha found in her mom’s nestbox at the end of the season:
Me, I’ve pretty much been a slacker; just bummin’ around outside listening to quail and watching the leaves turn:
Hey, we really do have fall in the Big Country.