While taking shots of the Pileated woodpecker, I saw another bird fly over to the pole and figured it was the mate of the first one. When I looked at the pic on my computer I found it to be a northern flicker instead that came over to see what the other was up to, I guess.
I first heard the call of this species and after looking around found it on the pole across the road.
I found these wide spread on the slopes of the barn meadow.
One of our resident gopher snakes seemed to be doing an "ostrich" thing with its head resting between two panels and the rest of it out in the open where maybe it didn't think anyone could see it.
I had not seen the fruit before and while I got a good shot of a leaf, I guess I forgot to take one of the flower.
I went to the annul fund raiser and saw a bunch of great things.
The butterflies wouldn't stay still long enough to get even a bad pic.
There was a ever growing smell in my carport and I finally needed to get rid of it and found a pile of maggots that I figure are some type of flies, finishing off what appears to be a wood rat by the amount of fur left over.