Another Day at Rancho San Rafael Park in Reno, Nevada

Robin

Robin


Flutterby

Flutterby


Another robin. :)

Another robin. 🙂


Japanese Kerria

Japanese Kerria


Flutterby chowing down.

Flutterby chowing down.

Apple blossoms almost spent out.

Apple blossoms almost spent out.

Feral kitty basking in the sun.

Feral kitty basking in the sun.

Don't come any closer, lady!

Don’t come any closer, lady!


Bee!

Bee!


Of course I have to add the bee's butt!

Of course I have to add the bee’s butt!

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More Springtime Photographs from Rancho San Rafael Park ~ 31 March 2015

From today’s quick walk at lunch time with my sister.

Lilacs are blooming a month early.

Lilacs are blooming a month early.


MINE! ALL MINE!

MINE! ALL MINE!


Because everyone needs to be mooned by a honeybee.

Because everyone needs to be mooned by a honeybee.


Scrub Jay.

Scrub Jay.


Mallards.

Mallards.


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Springtime at Rancho San Rafael Park ~ Reno, Nevada ~ 22 March 2015

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Mountain Chickadee

Wee banded Mountain Chickadee


Did you know that Robins are good pointers?  LOL!

Did you know that Robins are good pointers? LOL!


Red-Winged Blackbird.

Red-Winged Blackbird.


Killdeer

Killdeer


Magnolia

Magnolia


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Rancho San Rafael Park on an Autumn day

My sister, her boss, and myself walked around Rancho San Rafael Park at lunch time yesterday. A lot of the trees have turned already (few oaks holding out), but there were lots to see.

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A Motley Monday

Took a break from quilting this evening to play with some photographs I took over the weekend…

Leo with his Mardi Gras beads.

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I think Leo is part dog, he loves to play with tennis balls and chase sticks.

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This guy was sitting on the fence on my way to church.

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The tulips and daffies that I planted last fall are peeking up.

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Robins ~ my Happy Birds

Robins (as do Scrub Jays) always make me smile…and yesterday BUNCHES of them dropped in for a visit. 🙂