Summer is finally in full swing in these parts... way up here in Nova Scotia we get a bit of a late start.
We found this nest today and think this is the nest of a red eyed vireo... a bird experts feed back is welcome.
These eggs found yesterday on eel grass out in the bay are a mystery... anyone know?
No mystery here... a green snake.
One of the five native snake species living in Nova Scotia. Thank goodness none are venomous.
The blue jays and crows love our big cottonwood trees in the front yard. We have been finding their feathers standing straight up in the grass lately. A fun treat from the birds.
Frogs in all stages of froghood are in the pond... from eggs to the big bull frogs. After their very short captivity we think these three will be much wiser when predators are in the midst of the pond.
We would love to see and hear about the nature you have been observing this summer. Please do tell!