|A heavily-cropped shot of the bobcat, which kept a close watch on us, as we did the same back. It's tail was almost continuously "lashing" (as much as a stump can lash).|
Earlier in the day, Gary and I took a little walk down into the meadow, and slightly beyond, and encountered some female turkeys with young. This seems to be a better year for turkey reproduction than the past couple summers, as there have been several families roaming around the area for the past several weeks. We also saw all four White-tailed Kite fledglings, so they have all made it so far.
|Two females with young. Is one of the females an "aunty?" Or two broods merged together?|
|Turkeys in the dry grass.|
|Looks like the Valley Carpenter Bee, a common local species.|
|No chance of rain from these, but they did make for a nice sunset.|