Autumn Along The Reservoir

Early autumn is my favorite time. Colors are just beginning to break the green flow of the Griggs Reservoir shoreline. A branch with just a few red leaves will cause you to wonder. Animals are still about, butterflies, dragonflies, herons, and warblers.

As fall progresses, particularly along Griggs, greens, yellows and reds give way to more browns and the colors seem  just a bit more muted.

Today we walked below the dam and, along with the fall colors, were rewarded with views of Nuthatches, Yellow-rumped Warblers, Green Herons and Kingfishers.

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