the squirrel nutwork
Hickory wasn’t too excited about the animal we saw today.
Good thing this garter snake disappeared fast! Though not faster than Hickory!
11 hours, 5 minutes
Some Animals are Crackers
1 day, 6 hours
Living with Carnivores
Okay, some might argue that my cats are culturally deprived — human culture, that is — as this is a house where television is not played. 116 more words
2 days, 8 hours
Bet many of you see these little yellow butterflies around.
Do you know what they’re called? Check in later!
The Clouded Sulphur is a common mid-sized butterfly, but not all yellow as this view makes you think. 115 more words
3 days, 11 hours
To this old squirrel, dragonflies around the ponds are dragonflies. But for The Squirrel Nutwork, Nutmeg insisted I do a bit of looking into this huge one at the pond near us. 108 more words
6 days, 10 hours
Hickory showed off a moth a few days ago. For comparison, here is a related insect, a skipper.
You can tell them from moths and butterflies because skippers have small ‘knobs’ on the tips of their antennae.