Here are some Pygmy Nuthatches in a Ponderosa Pine tree. They are very small birds, found in flocks, usually among pine and fir trees. In my area I see them in the Ponderosa Pines, chattering a lot. I usually hear them before I see them. More: PYGMY NUTHATCH AND PONDEROSA PINES
Here are some Quaking Aspens in my neighborhood on a bright sunny fall day.
The Desert Cottontail is found mainly in the western United States. Not usually active in mid-day, but can be found foraging in the early morning and early evening. They eat plants, grass, even cactus. They get water from plants and morning dew. Desert Cottontails have larger ears than other cottontails, the body is grayish-brown, with… Read More CUTE COTTONTAIL
Fall is the transition from summer to winter. Here are some photos of changing leaves. Learn why they change color here: AUTUMN LEAF COLORS