A Nice Bird Watching Walk with a Garden Surprise


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Being on vacation I had the opportunity to spend one morning on a bird watching walk with my daughter. I hope you enjoy the pictures and look for the 'Garden Talk" tie in ;). Pictures taken January 4th 2017. To add a twist the very immediate area is currently a unpleasant international focal point, but I only add that as a counter point the beauty and magnificence of the nature there.

Interesting Cactus
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This fellow was watching the in coming tide, looking for some breakfast.
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This little one had found some breakfast.
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A little bunny, a few were huge, biggest I'd ever see.
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An Aloe I believe - very impressive in person. Maybe 8' - 10 ' tall.
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Little humming bird keeping an eye on things. Tons of them here.
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I had to look this one up Galvezia juncea
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Raahhh :eek: They really do look like a bizarre set of Rolling Stones lips coming at you.
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Beautiful Coastal Marsh
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Ok here is the one, My daughter thought I was as excited about this as much as anything else on the walk. Got some tomatoes growing in the back yard... on January 4th.

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I Goofed Pictures taken January 4th 2018 not 2017. Sheesh
 
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Got some tomatoes growing in the back yard... on January 4th.

Wow!! Got ripe tomatoes in the back yard on January 4th!! :cool: Where did you go, Greenhorn? I agree with alp! More pictures please!! :D



Raahhh :eek: They really do look like a bizarre set of Rolling Stones lips coming at you.


:ROFLMAO: They remind me of the red lips at the intro to the Rocky Horror Picture Show! :ROFLMAO:
 

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