Yesterday while sitting on my back porch I heard a Gray Squirrel give the warning yell. I looked around for a few minutes and saw nothing and then a moment later he showed up. Ready to pounce on something. An unexpected visitor.
I was stopped on the causeway shooting form the car when I spotted a Mink in the tidal marsh. First one I've seen in years! But I never got a clear shot. Then they guys flew in and I got off two quick shots. At
"A medium-sized songbird, a bit more slender than a thrush and with a longer tail. Mockingbirds have small heads, a long, thin bill with a hint of a downward curve, and long legs. Their wings are short, rounded, and broad, making the tail seem particularly long in flight."
Interesting that there were about 40 females in this area, but not one male. Males are all black. Then somewhere else I saw about 30 male red-winged blackbirds on a lawn but not one female. Almost never see them other then a single male or paired with the female. At Morse Park, Murrells...