Saturday, June 06, 2020

Moon - Blackberry - Mayfly - Grape - Sit Spot - June 6, 2020

The Full Strawberry Moon
was just .3% past 
as it dropped behind the trees.

The Common Blackberry flowers
started to open yesterday.

A Spider was having
a Mayfly for breakfast.

A Riverbank Grape
started blooming yesterday.
Most are still not blooming today.

June 6, 2020 10:20 a.m.
Sit 497 Brush Pile W Partly Cloudy 
+22° (+23°) nw13-20 kph 48% humidity 

Red-winged Blackbirds,
Field Sparrow,
(Prop Plane, Traffic noise),
Unidentified chirps & bird songs,
Lots of Dames Rocket blooming nearby  

Extras :
Along the trails -
5:30 a.m. Phoebe calling  
White-tailed Deer in east meadow,
Yellow Warbler calling,
Goatsbeard flowers seem to be missing...?
     They usually stay a long time. Maybe
     they were eaten by deer?
Common Yellowthroat calling,
Towhee calling,
Common Speedwell blooming for at least 2 days,

Kitchen Window and Bird Feeder -
Red-winged Blackbirds,
Mourning Dove,
White-breasted Nuthatch,
Red-bellied Woodpecker,
Black Squirrel,
Grey Squirrel.

Photo Site #5
Our front "Forest" Trail

1 comment:

Jenn Jilks said...

Well done on the moon! We've a ton of wild grapes, as well. I like them.