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.
Walking in the Ponderosa Pine forest, I see many birds. During this fall season I am seeing and hearing many little birds, including Pygmy Nuthatches, Dark-Eyed Juncos, and Mountain Chickadees. Pygmy nuthatches are the smallest of the nuthatch birds. They are extremely agile and will climb up the tree trunk, turn around and climb down. They… Read More AMONG THE PONDEROSA’S
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 a couple of bugs I saw at the Arboretum of Flagstaff. This arboretum is a botanical garden among a Ponderosa Pine forest in northern Arizona.