baby bunnies, Canada goose, cats, daffodil, Fallbrook, killdeer, Lake Neatahwanta, mute swans, nature, nature photography, North Bay, osprey, photos, Red-bellied woodpecker, Rice Creek, Ronan, sunrise, white-breasted nuthatch, Wilhelmina
In case you didn’t get to see the Easter bunny today here are a few baby bunnies to warm your heart.
Spring is slowly making an appearance with her beautiful colors.
This killdeer is at peace now that the waters have receded a bit. With all the melting snow and rain, the lake covered the beach area and part of the nature trail.
It has been many months but my dad and I finally made it to one of our sunrise breakfasts.
The osprey have returned. I got too close for a photo-op with them on the nest so they both flew off to a tree.
I love how the red-bellied woodpecker blends in with the new buds.
The white-breasted nuthatch is a bit more inquisitive.
I saw my first ever swan on Lake Neatahwanta (s)he only stayed for a day but was quite content to let me look at her swimming so gracefully.
Here at Rice Creek, I wished I brought a book. It would have been a perfect day to sit in the sun with a slight breeze with the water burbling on by.
And of course, Wilhelmina and Ronan kept me busy this week. Here they’re quiet for a moment as they ate lunch.
I hope you have a joyous day spent with nature and loved ones. Peace.