I think it is a Western Kingbird, but confirmation is always appreciated.
Egyptian Goose. This park is home to swans and domestic varieties of waterfowl. I don't know if this was put here intentionally. There have been wild sightings in Texas.
3 fire flies
C3 calling at this location
A dark grey roly poly walking around the hot concrete. Very slow walkers and once they panic they form their body into a ball shape.
Blue dragonfly skinny insect, but very pretty. He was getting some food form the backyard plants.
Small black with red spider. She looked very nervous since she got trapped between the glass and the screen window
A rabbit couple walking around the neighborhood. Light brown with dark brown. They are very fast runners.
Shell about 5" from front to back. Damage on front 1/4 inch edge of shell giving a white chalky appearance to that area. Red and black on head. Red dots on front legs.
Mother Bobcat and her three cubs. The mom was trying to teach the cubs how to hunt rabbits. One VERY lucky rabbit had a very narrow escape. For now anyways....
I think this is the same mother bobcat who I photographed in the same place last year with cubs. Perhaps she has found a secure den site to raise cubs.