2020-04-25

This spring week in nature

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I saw the Fallow deer´s on the field while I was cleaning up my car from dust. When I was done the deer´s were gone. There was people at the corner of the field so the deer´s took of.


 I have now seen 3 pairs of the Horned Grebe in the pond. If the water stays it might be a fun summer for me.

I was sitting quietly on the slope between the road and the water. This one came very close so I could get some good shots. I like this shot as it is rare to be able to see the birds feet. Calm, clear water with good light made it possible.


The Green Hairstreak is out and flying. 
© NF Photo 200422

I hope everyone is safe. I can move around pretty much as usual. At least when it comes to nature :)

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13 comments:

  1. Hello. Wonderful photos. I like them all. Horned grebe is beautiful. Take care.

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  2. Hello, the wildlife are enjoying some peaceful time without people. The deer here spook very easily. The Horned Grebe is beautiful and I love the Green Hairstreak, wonderful photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, stay safe! Enjoy your day, happy weekend. PS, thanks for leaving me a comment.

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  3. Horned Grebes in breeding plumage are especially attractive, and they should be arriving on our local lakes. In fact they may already be there, I just haven't seen one yet. I will go out today and look.

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  4. Beautiful birds, and it is unusual to see their feet in the water!

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  5. It's nice that we can depend on nature to keep in it's cycles and provide beauty for us any day of the week. I love that butterfly or moth! What a pretty photo! Take care and have a good weekend!

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  6. I've never heard of or seen a Green Hairstreak. All is well here, more cases and deaths but not as many where we live as other places. - Margy

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  7. Nice photos! Stay safe!

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  8. I've only seen the green once before. They're so wonderful. Great pictures today.
    Have a terrific week ahead. Stay safe & healthy and thank you for linking up.

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    1. Auto correct...green should be grebe

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  9. Never heard of fallow deer our main deer here in North Idaho is White tails

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