Spike the roadrunner
ladderback woodpecker on hummingbird feeder
Monarch butterfly in lilacs
Showed up in our part of Albuquerque, NM, the first week of April.
Vigilant Cooper's hawk in Altura Park
Cooper's hawks seem to be nesting again in Altura Park, Albuquerque. There are at least 3 old nest along the south edge; one on the north side.
Northern Harrier and prey in the Rio Grande
south of Montaño bridge, as seen from the Aldo Leopold Trail, near the Rio Grande Nature Center.
This spider built a web attached to our clothesline in early November.
monarch butterfly on chamisa
The chamisa in our neighborhood is abuzz with hundreds of bees, as well as, many different butterflies.
everyone is a kid at Balloon Fiesta
bee in mimosa blossom
in our sideyard, from June '11
hummingbird in our backyard one morning
I was sitting about 8 feet away. Not a lot of light, but I'm happy with how it came out.
heart of an Icelandic poppy
sandia hairstreak near Embudo Canyon
fly me to the moon
My Muse among the flowers
near Tingley Beach
in one of two artificial ponds near the river 2/23/11. Note the extremely long toenails.
a shadow of his former self
curve-billed thrasher in cholla
a pair is nesting in cholla in our neighborhood. In Spring, they have a beautiful song. (Mockingbird family.)
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