Sunday, June 06, 2021

Cleavers - Sit Spot #861 - June 6, 2021

One can see how it got it's name

Sunday, June 6, 2021 10:05 a.m.

Sit 861   : Brush Pile W : Sunny 

+27° (+32°) SW 20-30 kph 51%humidity 

Common Yellowthroat,

Yellow-billed Cuckoo,

Song Sparrow,

Red-winged Blackbirds,

Mourning Doves,

Riverbank Grape blooming,

Dames Rocket blooming,

(Traffic noises),


(Jet - Air Canada flight 702...),


5:35 a.m. -


Mourning Doves,

Red-winged Blackbirds,



Along the trails -

House Wren,


Mourning Doves,

White-breasted Nuthatch,

Red-eyed Vireo,

Yellow-billed Cuckoo,

Common Yellowthroat,


Redstart Warbler,

Tree Swallow on birdbox,

Field Sparrow,

Green Frogs,

Great Crested Flycatcher,

Tick on my neck (#25),

Mourning Cloak butterfly,

1st Dotted Loosestrife blooms

Other Flowers Seen in bloom today -

*= not native (T)=tree (S)=shrub

Alexanders, Golden,

Asparagus *

Avens, Wood,

Blackberry, Common; (S)

Blue-eyed Grass, Common

Buttercup, Tall *

Carrion Flower, Common *

Celandine *

Chickweed, Mouse-ear *


Clover, Alsike *

Clover, Red *

Clover, White * 

Columbine, Garden *

Columbine, Wild

Comfrey, Common, *

Daisy, Oxeye *

Dandelion, Common *

Fleabane, Common

Forget-Me-Not, True *

Geranium, Wild

Goatsbeard, Meadow *

Grape, Riverbank

Ground Ivy *

Hawkweed, Field *

Hawkweed, Orange *

Herb Robert *

Lady’s Slipper, Yellow

Locust, Black *

Medic, Black *

Mustard, Garlic *

Orchard Grass *

Peppergrass, Field *

Raspberry, Black

Rocket, Dame’s *

Rocket, Yellow *

Speedwell, Common

Spiderwort *

Stonecrop sp *

Trefoil, Birdsfoot *

Valerian, Garden *

Vetch, Hairy *

Wood Sorrel, Yellow

Cultivated Plants

Bleeding Heart *

Burning Bush *

Cranesbill, Bloody *

Iris *

Kitchen Window and Bird Feeder -

Red-winged Blackbird,

Mourning Doves,



White-breasted Nuthatch,



Black Squirrels,

Red Squirrels,

Cleaned flower beds by west walk

Planted last of Basil & Oregano

Mowed most of trails

Photo Site #8 - West Pond
If you look closely, you can still see a bit of water.
The least amount ever
for this time of year.

1 comment:

Jenn Jilks said...

That's really sweet!