February Sights Susan Iwata Backyard, nature February 26, 2018February 27, 2018 1 Minute February started warm and spring-like. Bulbs began popping up! Strange things appeared in the grass She and I turned a corner and nearly ran into each other. Nuthatch Gorgeous Varied Thrush always turns his head away when I point the camera at him. Winter made one more appearance near the end of February. Feb. 22, 2018 – 8:00am – In the back yard Feb. 22, 2018 – On the Oregon Coast (photo courtesy of Lisa Scoggins & Marc Iwata) Feb. 22, 2018 -Two Eagles posing – taken at Seal Rock on Oregon Coast (courtesy Marc Iwata & Lisa Scoggins) Share this:ShareTweetEmailLike this:Like Loading... Taggedbirdssuburban wildlife Published by Susan Iwata I enjoy sharing my love for nature and encouraging tolerance and gratitude for the wildlife that enriches our everyday urban and suburban lives. View all posts by Susan Iwata Published February 26, 2018February 27, 2018
6 thoughts on “February Sights”
It is like we had the weather of March and April all in the month of February. This is a lovely walk through the month with eyes opened for beauty. Thank you Susan.
I bet your place was beautiful under those tall trees during our snowstorm!
Mushrooms are strange and pop up in odd places. The nuthatch seems to be posing for you. Showing his good side to the camera. Beautiful pictures and I love how they tell a story all on their own.
Thanks, Marlena! I’ve been trying to catch that varied thrush for a month. I’m going to have to pay him to pose, I guess!
What a lovely way to capture winter’s last gasp, Susan! So lovely. Can’t wait to read about your next urban adventure!
Thank you, Cindi!