A few Pine Siskins mixed in with flock of Red Crossbills
Flock of 75 flying overhead
Probably the only squirrel species here, that isn't hibernating.
This is growing in our plant beds. It is small and grows in groups. It is dark brown (looks like dog droppings). It has gills.
In flower bed under bark. Moist, we just had rain. Dark brown ( actually I thought they were dog poop). Growing in cluster and gills are dark brown too.
Can't believe that I missed this one - had him in focus, but couldn't push the button in time.
3 Sandhills cranes
Castor on hwy