Well, on my trail walk today I decided to take as many pictures I could of critters and some of their homes
This Blue Jay (yes there is a Blue Jay in this tree) wouldn't sit long enough for me to take a good picture of him. He would hop from tree to tree, teasing me. Sitting still until I tried to focus. Then he would jump to another tree.
A squirrel lives here. I saw several squirrels but I cannot prove it with this blog.
Beautiful. I am so in love with this trail and fall
At first I thought it was a bee hive. But I'm not sure?
I think this is the opening to a fox den. A few months back, before I brought my camera with on my walks, I saw a fox. He laid right in front of this hole. Would I lie to you? :)
This little guy actually wanted his picture taken.
I think this heron is suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. I think he is afraid to fly away. He hasn't moved from this spot in about a week. Don't believe me? Just ask Rachelle.
Rachel wanted her picture taken also. Isn't she cute.
Two eagles. Their home is near by
I did see one more critter on the trail tonight. But he was to quick for me. His name is Roger. I didn't recognize him at first for all those bikers with helmets and those spandex bike clothes, well, they all look alike to me.
"Good Night Moon"