Holiday Decorations

This colony of artistic ants decorated their home with creosote leaves and blossoms.

The local birds are also decked out in their holiday colors.

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8 Responses to Holiday Decorations

  1. Norilsk says:

    Nice to see the birds are having a good time.

  2. rah says:

    Up here in my neck of the Hoosier woods we have a little snow on the ground. During warmer months I keep two seed blocks out for the birds. During the winter I keep my 8 lb. squirrel proof feeder filled along with the two seed blocks. Last winter when there was now cover I would have to refill that 8 lb. feeder and put new seed blocks in the cages every 2 to 2 1/2 days. I suspect this winter will be a lot worse than last so I’ve been stocking up.

  3. Michael Spencer says:

    Your photography is as good as your research Tony! Maybe it’s my imagination, but I tend to find “climate change” fanatics singularly lacking either in a sense of humour (note correct spelling!) or in some specific talent that compliments their main occupations. But then I rather think it has been ever thus!

    Keep up the good ? work!

    • MGJ says:

      My impression is that few of them venture outdoors much unless it’s to top up their anxiety levels discussing humanity’s impending doom with like-minded individuals.

      • rah says:

        I have long believed that most of the so called “environmentalists” are pale faced city slickers that never spent a day and night alone in a wilderness and would be scared shitless if they had to. Couldn’t tell the difference between the tracks of a racoon and a opossum.

  4. Rah says:

    Speaking of Holiday decorations; I’m on a team run up to Columbia Falls, ME to pick up a trailer full of wreaths for the ‘Wreaths Across America’s campaign. We’ll take them back to Anderson, IN where another team will take them on to their destination.

  5. Craig says:

    Tony,
    What kind of camera do you use?
    I know you have mentioned it in the past.
    Regards

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