Find It

My IT team has figured out the notification problem. Long story short security issues changes had been made. Moreover I do not understand it one bit. However a huge thank you to my IT team!

Did you get outside this afternoon? In fact it couldn’t have been prettier. Today’s birds included Cedar Waxwings, Northern Cardinals, American Crows, Carolina Wren, Tufted Titmouse (hybrid), Western Meadowlarks, Eastern Meadowlark (several hundred), Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Eastern Bluebirds, Red-bellied Woodpecker, American Goldfinches, Bluejays, Dark-eyed Juncos, Harris Sparrows and a Carolina Chickadee. So I think that was pretty good.

In fact, the Cedar Waxwings were just outside the door as we stepped out for our morning walk.
Maybe Christy’s waxwings decided to come south to our house today. LOL. So Christy’s house is about 7 miles as the crow (ie waxwings) fly from our house.
A small patch of moss has produced capsules. On this cold morning, 27f, the frost covered the moss.

Stopping to get a close look at the ice crystals.
Bluebirds seemed to be pairing up. Indeed this male was following the girl.
Now this is kinda of funny. When I went to look at the photo on my phone it made a suggestion to what it thought the picture was.
This was the suggestion. 🙂 Well, there was not a lizard. So I think the phone has an imagination. LOL.
Do you spot the Question Mark in the photo above? Hint its wings were open. Here was a closer look.

After a moment the Question Mark flew down into the leaf litter. So if I had not seen it fly there I might not have re-found it. And yes it is in the photo.

Perhaps this helps with its wings open?

Find the squirrel.

I bet y’all found all the critters! Sometimes when looking in the viewfinder it can be hard, eh. However I had the advantage, at least I saw them move. 🙂

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know


  1. Hooray for the IT team!
    Pretty funny about the lizard ID – at least it got the texture kinda close.
    The Incan mummies are so remarkably perfect – hard to imagine that they are hundreds of years old

  2. Couldn’t find butterfly in first photo but easy in others. Did find the squirrel. And I’m excited about so many meadowlarks.

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