Here is a Gray-headed Junco and an Oregon Junco, hanging out in my back yard after a recent snow storm. They are both Dark-Eyed Juncos species of western parts in North America. They are fun to watch flitting around together.
Cheers to Spring, an optimistic season!
March 14th is a day to celebrate butterflies. Some basic information about them is they are of the order Lepidoptera, which includes the insects: butterflies, skippers, and moths. All three of these types have six legs, two antennae, and four wings. They are insects with scales over their bodies and wings. They all have four… Read More 2021 LEARN ABOUT BUTTERFLIES DAY
Here are some of the different cactus we see here in Arizona.