If you see a lot of white-barked large trees off in the distance, you can bet that there is a river or creek (or body of water) nearby!
These butterflies like to have their orgy parties on the gravel roads around here.
The root beer tree!
I love this tree because my honey bees love it.
This bird shares the award for Longest Time Took to Figure Out What Bird Is Making that Call (the Woodcock was the other one).
These little warblers like tangled vegetation near marshes or wetlands, which is why I spotted one near a creek amongst all the tangly Witchhazel and Brook Alder.
Literally heard this bird while I was in the orchard.
The lushes of the bird world, Cedar Waxwings love fruit and berries so much, they are known to get intoxicated or even die from overripe berries.
One of the few kinds of North American birds where the male also incubates eggs and broods young. Go Vireo!
True to their name, they love the pines!