Friday, March 27, 2015

Patagonia Adventure (continue)


We are very happy with our site at Patagonia.  There is so much to see and do.  Birding is A1.
This Northern Cardinal is very common in the east and southwest.  They like the bird feeders.

Poison-hemlock is acutely toxic to people and animals. In western Washington, it is common on roadsides, in open fields, and in natural areas. Unrelated to the native evergreen hemlock tree, poison-hemlock can be deadly; it has gained notoriety through its use in the state execution of Socrates.

DesertDale out looking for his next shot, in the Sonoita Creek Preserve.

This mamma Hummer is feeding her young one.

This is a nuthatch.  I am not sure what kind.  Need to ask DesertDale and then post it.  I thing it is a Brown Headed Nuthatch.  It may  be heard before seen.  They are almost identical to the Pygmy Nuthatch.

Enjoy life.  Kitfoxgal

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