blew unseasonably warm temperatures
into our area.
We went to Cooley Lake wetlands
and watched the Eagles soar.
an ancient ox bow of the Missouri River.
It is the end of the season for the
Seeing the Buckeyes
reminded me that these butterflies migrate.
We hiked for a couple of hours
in a wooded bluff just above the wetlands.
There are plenty of berries for the birds.
The Tufted Titmouse is a year-round resident.
The wetlands were full of ducks
I brought home a seed pod for my pot-pouri bowl.
While walking on the levee we felt
the wind shift to the west.
The temperature began to drop.
We saw the migrating geese
when we walked back to the car.
We heard them honking as they flew south.
Today was an Indian Summer day.
Tonight is the Full Frost Moon.
I am packing a picnic basket.
We have Snow Geese to visit at
Squaw Creek National Wildlife refuge.
May you and yours have a blessed Thanksgiving.
Happy Sunday Safari.