American Robin_Turdus migratorius_with berry that is probably from a neighbor's Wax Privet bush. I did not observe the bird when it collected the berry. I only saw it with the berry. There are heavy-bearing Wax Privet plants just 50 yards from where this was taken, and I have many Privet seedlings in my yard, presumably from bird droppings. Photo by Sylvia Wright, firstname.lastname@example.org
Horrific pics of an after sunset meal.
Might be a sharpy ... might not. The branch it is sitting on is about 1.5-2 inches diameter.
Cooper's with catch of the day. Drags it into the grass off the side of the road.
Shield bug nymphs
Female peacock/fruit fly; here is a video of it showing off its wings at me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVbpalQnCVU
Shield bug; I think this might be Nezara viridula based on the black-white-white-white-black spots on the scutellum, but I am not certain of if that trait is completely unique to that species.
Low chuffy call
Head shows wisp of crest
Jumping spider. Here is a video of it being unsuccessful at catching a fly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRnyI4o1qiE
Orange and black butterfly
Looks like black crests for this bird.
Leaf-footed bug on a sunflower
We observed a male Wild Turkey on the east side of Julie Partansky Pond. It joined several others in the pond area.
crab spider eating a bug
One bug feeding on the plant, another feeding a crab spider.
Going about business on a windy day.
Flitting about in a very non-photogenic way
Working the stash tree.