…we found pennyroyal blooming in the pasture and the field by the road.
…muscovey ducks paddled ’round the pond.
…the azaleas remained glorious.
…a hawk kept his evil eyes on the feeders.
…a gopher turtle slowly made his way along the pasture fence.
…and we watched a small black racer eat a whole lizard.
…and male painted buntings flew in from the thickets and feasted at the feeders.
…while the pretty cedar waxwings landed by the dozens to drink from the bird bath.
Cardinals, bluejays, mockingbirds, warblers, turkey vultures, swallow-tailed kites, woodpeckers, sparrows, white ibises, goldfinches, grey squirrels and fox squirrels…they’ve all stopped by to amuse us, as well.
What have you seen in your neck of the woods this week?