“Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby.” ~ Langston Hughes
Leaf-hoarding. Still at it.
(That’s 35 bags’ worth, in case you were curious.)
Well, hello, Little Fella!
First creek gator sighting of the year
Guess who’s a teenager now?
(Hint: It’s not the bald guy)
Releasing a Common Yellowthroat after banding
This Cooper’s Hawk crashed the Warbler party
and everyone went home.
The drainage ditch near home is a favorite
for daily bird walks.
Our first Monarch Butterfly emerges indoors!
(Not shown, the dozens of caterpillars who died
because we ran out of milkweed.)
Always wanted a close-up of Anhinga
Too much rain has had the Brazos River
out of its banks. So much for this hike…
A full creek after a foot of rainfall
Texas ‘Rain Gauge’
All that sky water fell in the course of a morning!
Don’t worry, peeps. We are high and dry.
Bird count: 191 Species
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