Welcome to Saturday's Critters!
Hello and happy Saturday!
If you love all God's creatures like I do and also like to blog about them and take critter photos this is where you can share your critter post. Link up your post and share your critters, join in with my critter party ! You can share any kind of critters the real ones, pretend ones, statues and paintings, a new or old post!
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1. Sept 4th, I was able to catch the Cape May Warbler on the Devil's Walking Stick outside my window. The Devils Walking Stick is also known as a native plant called Aralia spinosa. As you can see there are plenty of berries for the birds to eat. I am pretty sure this is the male Cape May Warbler, they have the yellow cheeks and black streaks on chest.
2. Sorry these are not the clearest photos taken through my window.
Another view of the Cape May warbler. The photo does shows off the color and markings on this pretty warbler.
3. Sept 5, I've been watching a Gray Catbird in my yard. It also like the berries on the Devil's Walking Stick.
4. Sept 5th, our walk to the lake with the grand-dogs. The usual Belted Kingfisher was sitting in the usual spot. There are some leaves starting to turn colors, it looked a school of fish were coming to the top of the water, maybe to eat bugs.
5. Sept 5th, the Belted Kingfisher in it's favorite spot to sit. It is the same spot I saw the two Green Herons the week before.
6. Sept 7th, this was my view out my dining window . The fawn has lots most of it's spots.
7. Sept 7th, a wet Robin was eating some to the Devils Walking Stick berries.
8. Sept 7th, below is a wet Gray Catbird, American Robin and 2 white-tailed deer on our neighbors lawn.
9. Sept 4th, not critter photos but our neighborhood was part of the 1st Maryland Cycling Classic, 120 mile race with 111 riders representing 27 countries. I watched some riders pass by our driveway.
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I am also linking up to Anni's blog party found here I'd Rather B Birding Anni always has some beautiful birds to be seen on her blog, check it out!