Along Griggs Reservoir a Season Moves On

Last evening we took a short walk along the reservoir and the river below the dam. The trees are now all leafed out creating dark shadowed places that not long ago were bright. The birds are not calling as much as a few weeks ago, and many that were here have moved north. Occasionally a Baltimore Oriole is seen among the leaves, now too illusive for a picture.

Other commitments take me away from CentralOhioNature for a while. Thanks to all for the many kind words, helpful hints, and information. So until the next post stay curious and celebrate that which is sacred to you!

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Lovely, but it might be a garden escapee.

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The Canada Geese goslings, cute!

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Dames Rocket

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A Crow enjoys the spring sunshine.

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Baked bread on the side of a tree?

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A Cedar Waxwing is seems curious about the camera.

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or maybe it’s just posing!

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Perfect!

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Yellow-flagged Iris at water’s edge.

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A Canada Goose family plus one.

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Until next time, thanks for stopping by.

 

4 Comments on “Along Griggs Reservoir a Season Moves On

  1. If you are off on your trip, have a wonderful time. I will miss your blog, but I am sure you will get some great photos abroad.

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