Monthly Archives: September 2020
Two more fleetings shots of our resident bobcat. He likes to swing by in the late afternoon.
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Ravens, hummers and our first Tarantula sighting at Jabo Casa… and a coyote pup.
A nice tribute to RBG on the rail trail, a mystery plant (wolfberry?) I’m seeing all over the greenbelt and interesting rain cloud over the hood.
This old feller was drinking out of our bird bath this afternoon. My first sighting of a bobcat in Eldo. Just managed to get a shot of him sauntering off.
Day trip up to Northern New Mexico see friends and spend a short time along the Rio Grande.
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Interesting “cloudbow” from the rain over the mountains. The sunset was graced by a passing cloud and a virga burst falling from it.