Super Spider Dude

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I saw several large spiders this week while hiking. This was a very large dude. Teresa caught one having lunch, but the focus was off. This one is a little dark, but not too bad.

~ Rick


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That Crazy Guy With The Camera Again

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I would love to listen in on this conversation. I mean, what could they be taking about? The weather? Maybe the crazy guy on the bridge taking their photo. I’m sure that’s it.

~ Rick


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A Big Head?

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This little guy is an Eastern Phoebe. It’s a fly catcher. I love this description from Wikipedia.org:

”This species appears remarkably big-headed, especially if it puffs up the small crest. Its plumage is gray-brown above. It has a white throat, dirty gray breast and buffish underparts which become whiter during the breeding season. Two indistinct buff bars are present on each wing. Its lack of an eye ring and wingbars, and its all dark bill distinguish it from other North American tyrant flycatchers, and it pumps its tail up and down like other phoebes when perching on a branch. The eastern phoebe's call is a sharp chip, and the song, from which it gets its name, is fee-bee.” Wikipedia.org: Eastern Phoebe

~ Rick


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Looking For Breakfast!

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We took a drive up to Grand Lake St. Marys on Tuesday. We didn’t see much, but we did capture photos of a large number of Great Blue Herons. This one was my favorite.

We made a video too. I added some photos from around the county. Enjoy!!

~ Rick


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Two Butterflies and a Wasp

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I could not have planned for this shot. Two butterflies, and a wasp, one flower .. how cool is that.

The yellow butterfly is a Clouded Sulphur. I will post an update once I confirm the second butterfly. I don’t have much to add about the wasp. He was not invited, but came to the party anyway.

~ Rick


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