Hello and Happy Monday,
Views of my world and my neighborhood, one of our recent walks on the nearby fire road. We start off in the same direction as the last two walks but cut off onto a new to me fire road heading toward a different section of the lake.
Aug 21st , we started out our 3.2 round trip mile hike on the Shamberger Peninsula trail. Taking the cut off of the main trail to another fire road that came to a dead end. We could see the lake through the trees but we were not very close to the lake. There was a steep hill down to lake, I was not up to bushwhacking my way down to the water.
Various views of our local fire roads and walk on Aug 21st.
I am sure these are Cedar Waxwings, I see yellow on the bottom of their tails.
We pass by where I recently saw my Prairie Warblers, Cedar Waxwings and the Yellow-billed Cuckoo. The Cedar Waxwing were still there, hanging out high in tree. All I could see was their bottoms. the top two photos are the Cedar Waxwings and the bottom photo is an unknown Flycatcher?
We saw 3-5 of these birds hanging out together high in the trees. I see a little on it's chest and two wing bars?
This tree has some nice sized nuts, I am not sure what kind of tree it is? Maybe pecan nut?
There is a section of bamboo plants in a clearing area, also where the nut tree and my unknown flycatcher were seen.
The fire road is already starting to be covered with fallen leaves. We watched two deer running away from us, no photo. The Bow Hunting season usually starts around Sept 15. We will have to find another place for our walks.
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