A short stocky heron with a blue-green back, rust red neck and chest. Dark green crest, and short legs, normally yellow. It is said the legs will turn bright orange during the breeding season
|While traveling some back roads around East Aurora, we encountered an 8 point buck and his harem. This was the first time we had seen any bucks. On this trip we saw 2.|
|Here he is with two of his harem. There were 11 females and fawns. Amazing!|
|Zinnia and bee|
The frizzled and curly white feathers on this unusual looking breed make it appear as though it had walked backwards in a windstorm.Their feathers will grow until they touch the ground.
They were in a domestic setting at Fly Creek Cider Mill, Fly Creek, New York
|These ducks were in a domestic setting at the Fly Creek Cider Mill in Fly Creek, New York|
|Wild Sweet Pea|
They were still blooming by the road side. They looked so pretty.
|We came across a small field of Sunflowers,|
|This variety had the dark brown centers|
|Another variety of Sunflower|
All of these specimans were spotted on our trip east this past week.
Have a great day!