Tag: blue jay

Interesting Couple of Wildlife Days

We have been out and about with our cameras the last couple days and have found some interesting wildlife pictures. I want to start with a picture of my favorite blue jay. I raised this little one as a volunteer with the Ark Wildlife… Continue Reading “Interesting Couple of Wildlife Days”

Hispud Cotton Rats

About a week ago, I saw a small mammal hidden in the vegetation near the marsh. I had a hard time getting a good look. A few days later, I saw it again (and a few others) and was able to get a good… Continue Reading “Hispud Cotton Rats”

Hanging by a Thread

Around the beginning of the year, we took in a rescue adult red-bellied woodpecker who had gotten himself into trouble. He was found with a sticky substance all over him and cleaning him required the removal of many of his feathers. In particular, he… Continue Reading “Hanging by a Thread”

Another Blue Jay Release

The Ark received another blue jay yesterday and it came to me for release. It appeared to be tame and the homeowner who found it was concerned that one of the several cats in the area would get it. Fortunately, we do not have… Continue Reading “Another Blue Jay Release”

Local Wildlife 2

I enjoy all the wildlife we see near our home. As much as I love to travel and see all the wildlife on the road, I also enjoy all that I can see from home. There is always something happening. We have been seeing… Continue Reading “Local Wildlife 2”

Topaz Sighting

For those of you who have been following us since at least the spring, you may remember that I raised some wild baby birds for the Ark Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation prior to us leaving for our cross-country camping trip in May. There are… Continue Reading “Topaz Sighting”

Hitchhiker

Regis has been stalking the alligators taking pictures and captured this picture of a dragonfly hitching a ride on an alligator. In the meantime, I have picked up more baby birds to raise. I had to return one of the blue jays because it… Continue Reading “Hitchhiker”