We had an enchanted walk on the Red Cedar Trail this Spring. The Sun warmed our spirits as we bird watched. There were a lot of gloomy days leading up to this wonderful one. There still are!
The wild flowers were bright and beautiful along the trail.
Fresh and green.
We saw a pair of eagles on the other side of the river.
We caught a Baltimore Oriole pausing in a tree. Their singing is the best part. I just read that the males get there bright orange hue from eating super ripe bright fruit.
A robin was making her nest. She was lining it with mud as we walked by.
A bright blue sky and a deep red sumak.
Three deer walked in the trees along the other side of the Red Cedar river.
We spotted another lone eagle. What a come back they've made!
An old hole in the wall.
The Sun danced on the river behind a row of dandelions.
My sparkly new header photo. So pretty!
A peek at the Devil's Punch Bowl. It really was a devilishly lovely morning.
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