Since Tuesday was supposed to be the last of our sunshine for a while, I found myself back at Bluebonnet Swamp hoping to spot the Eastern Towhee I had seen last week. No such luck, but I met a very nice fellow blogger visiting all the way from the UK. Steve, I enjoyed your delightful accent and showing you around the swamp introducing you to our native wildlife. Hope you will visit our wonderful state again sometime!
|An abundance of lizards were out in force.|
|Hairy Woodpecker, female|
|Gray Squirrel munching on a sweet gum ball.|
|Steve helped me spot this little fella.|
|Titmouse with visible tongue getting ready for the suet.|
When I returned home the sun was still very bright, so off to the backyard I went where I was dazzled even more!
|Look who came to visit my neighbors' Chinese Tallow tree: the Cedar Waxwings!|
|If only I could get their back wings - the color and spots of red are exquisite.|
|Some type of sparrow resting on the palm tree.|
|Yellow-rumped warbler swallowing a crane fly. Good! One less to enter the house.|
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