This morning, Leavenworth County.
I tracked another, but this was the best I could get:
I've seen the Northern Harrier twice, from the rear end, seeing him take
off after a small animal on the ground. Always driving, and can't get
the camera up fast enough.
Here is the black squirrel's red cousin... same street, one house down.
I went the back way to church, and did not see one turkey... I have not seen any for two weeks except up near my brother's nursing home, on a busy highway.
Then, I turned a corner, and missed this group of ten by a minute.
As soon as I stopped, they took off for the tree line.
Now that our big events are finished at the National Agriculture Center and Hall of Fame ,
I'll have more time to go out "hunting".
This came up as a "memory" in my Facebook feed the other day...
how I miss Winnie, Windy, Kelly, and even Big D (mama)
and all the other critters at our beautiful Calamity Acres.
(Mary Ann Yoder on Facebook, where I do post pictures almost daily)
I'll post tomorrow about the Great Midwest Balloon Fest... it was two
very, very busy days... and very interesting.
Here's a picture to whet your appetite:
Why I am bullied by my dogs:
Lilly Ann letting me know it was time to go walk, about an hour ago.
I hope everyone is having a peaceful Sunday.