Today was another work day- always good to keep some cash flowing in. The weather was beautiful- sunny and high 60s. I caught some wildlife- and not the cement kind this time.
This is a fairly common caterpillar. It might be white or yellow, but it always has those five long tufts of hair. It's for the American dagger moth, another drab and seldom noticed moth.
This isn't a great picture, but I just wanted something different. I stopped at a little park to use the latrine, and had to take a look off the dock. I think this is a bluegill, I know it's in Pleiness Lake.
Finally, here's an old friend, but I saw three different ones today, and these are pictures of two of them. Yes, it's the great blue heron, Ardae herodius.
It always cracks me up how they stand on one leg so securely. And here's the best. I finally got one flying in the typical pterodactyl pose. I think they were right about some of the dinosaurs being birds. I think this bird is a dinosaur.
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