Highlights of A Walk

Have seen this one’s hobbit-hole for ages, but this was first time I’ve seen the beast at home.
Spotted Lanternfly nymphs are all over the place.
This young Mallard race-walked across the water in a way I’ve never seen before. Headed to its mother, who splashed down on the left.
Fledgling House Finch (left) harnessing male adult (center) while House Sparrow pays no attention grooming (right).
Mites hitching ride on Bumblebee.
Mouthful of food and some fiber in there, as well.
Wolf spider hauling her egg case.
Second fish in less than 60 seconds.

3 Responses to “Highlights of A Walk”


  1. 1 gaiainaction June 19, 2022 at 10:31 am

    A beautiful collection of wildlife you observed while on your walk. Much enjoyed too via your photos.

  2. 2 wildreturn1 June 19, 2022 at 12:10 pm

    I love having subscribed to your unpretentious lovely blog and waking up to little bits in my email. Thank you. You inspire me.


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