Look at this plump, fluffy and curious robin! We spied him at Robert's Bird Sanctuary by Lake Harriet.
There is Cedar Apple Rust growing on a Cedar tree along the Minnehaha trail. Weird!
We admired a tree smothered and covered with shrooms at Interstate Park in Wisconsin.
We caught a baby painted turtle at Wood Lake. And inspected his good side.
And lookie here. We also found a baby snapper. We left him be.
A spring rainbow at Wood lake.
Subtle color also delighted at Wood Lake.
White flowers poked through the crumbly leaves at Interstate Park.
We saw a peek of purple there too.
There's a Rookery at Interstate Park. Soon, the wild squawks of baby blue Herons will be a disturbance of the peace.
I profiled a great beauty at Robert's Bird Sanctuary.
Two turtle time at Wood lake.
There's green sprouts about at Robert's.
Do you know what bird these feathers belong too? Leave me a comment if you do. We found an avian crime scene among the trees at Robert's, and I couldn't resist collecting a few beautiful yellow feathers.
I heart feathers.
And do you know what else I love? My cats. Help me solve The Crime of the Cat Food over at The Chorus of the Crows