Posted by: atowhee | April 29, 2009

Jacksonville Oak Woodlands II

vg-swallow-sideViolet-green Swallow perched in Jacksonville Cemetery.  They were checking out nest holes in the oak and madrone forest.








img_7035Rufous Hummingbird female along Jackson Creek, Jacksonville, Jackson County.  Think the Jacksons get enough points for early settling?

























One unusual bird to see in the woods: Turkey Vulture.  He’d apparently found something interesting along the nearby






Not just a final resting place, the Jacksonville Cemetery is pretty good for a short mid-morning nap:deer-resting-place








Spring bloossoms:pussy-ears-labelled










wake-robin-jacksonvilleWake-robin, trillium.  And here’s a hillside of bleeding hearts:img_7026


  1. […] Jacksonville revisited in rain Earlier this week I made a scouting trip to Jacksonville  with Larry Wright.  We had a different mix of birds on a dry day.  That trip resulted in two posts.  First this one.  Then this one.  […]

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