Dear Buzz Buzz, How I too wish I could sleep on a flower all day after wandering around outside. But a bee’s work is never done. Tomorrow I go back to that “day job” to resume my role as a worker bee. With luck I’ll avoid the spider.
Based of the title of this entry you can surmise that I’ve wrote about this particular location before and if you want to read it here’s the link: https://scootypuffsphotostuffs.com/2020/05/11/a-weekend-at-the-clinton-river-park-main-trail/ This trip did not take me out very far out onto the trail as i primarily stuck close by the Sterling Heights Nature Center. At theContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Revisiting Clinton River Park”
During the brief 3 day weekend that was granted to me and the other delivery drones thanks to it being New Years I manage to squeeze out a session at one of my favorite places, Dodge Park. The park is located in the city of Sterling Heights Michigan and the park is open year roundContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Dodge Park”
Don’t be fooled by this silly looking honking bird. He’s really mean! You’ve been warned!
This baby turtle is quite brave or foolish for taking a nap in the middle of the hiking trail that also doubles as a mountain bike trail. After capturing this cute creature I returned him to a better spot off the beaten path so that he could nap in peace. I wish i could napContinue reading “Brave”
Or that’s what this frog would have you believe. Sure he’s wearing a crown like he’s some sort of prince from a far off land, but I don’t buy his story. I mean it was ribbiting, but it all just doesn’t add up! Hopefully these puns won’t make you croak. Best to hop along theContinue reading “Charming”
Here are a couple of fun facts about Painted Turtles: When these turtle shed their shell as they grow, their skin resembles a burnt leaf A group of turtles is called a bale. Painted turtles bask in groups on logs, fallen trees, and objects that are found near the water. The exposure to the sunContinue reading “Photo Art Friday: Orton Effect No.4 Painted Turtle”
Fun Fact : The pair of mallards featured in this post are male. Female mallards are brown in their plumage. Fun fact 2: Most domestics breeds of ducks descend from mallards.
This bird has some serious side eye game going on. People give these birds a lot of judgment mainly because they are seen as dirty scavengers that defecate all over the place when flocks of them travel and to some extent that is true of most bird flocks. Fun Fact: Seagulls are capable of drinkingContinue reading “Sassy Seagull Perching”
A fairly common amphibian which is native to the eastern United States and some parts of Ontario, it’s not unusual to see these guys hopping around in late spring. Although they can be tough to spot given at how excellent they camouflage themselves in woodland surroundings. Fun Fact: American toads have glands that allow themContinue reading “The American Toad”