Brown Creepers are tiny birds that can be found throughout North America concealed on tree bark. They are the of the “Treecreeper” family and the only one in North America. Brown Creepers forage on tree trunks and spiral upward then fly down to another tree. They eat mostly insects, but will also eat seeds. They… Read More BROWN CREEPER
Here are some images from my walks around during our winter with not much snow. Usually we have snow and all these grasses or plants get buried for months. The last image is after getting a little snow.
The Pandora Moth is native in the western United States. They can be found among various pine trees. This moths life cycle takes two years. They lay eggs in early summer, which hatch about two months later. The larvae (or caterpillar) then remain on the tree over winter, feeding on the foliage. The following summer… Read More PANDORA MOTH
Sage Thrashers stand out as they have a heavily streaked breast with a gray back and yellow eyes. They live in the western part of the United States and north and western Mexico. They can be found in grasslands and sagebrush, in winter among Pinyon/Juniper forest areas. Sage Thrashers only breed in sagebrush plains and… Read More SAGE THRASHER