Wild Bird Wednesday
|Red-Headed Woodpecker, Booneville, Mississippi, USA, June 28, 2015|
Red-Headed Woodpeckers, Melanerpes erythrocephalus, have a breeding range all across the eastern half of the United States and southeastern Canada. They can be found at any time of the year in the southeastern US except for tropical Florida. Males and females have the same coloring; juveniles have a brown head instead of red.
Y is for Yellow
Lots of things are yellow, of course, but I was intrigued by this leaf caught in a spider's web.
|Tenn-Tom Waterway, Tishomingo county, Mississippi, USA, June 26, 2015|
The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway is a man-made canal that connects the Tennessee River to the Port of Mobile on the Gulf Coast (234 miles - 377 kilometers) via the Tombigbee River. It provides commercial navigation from the mid-south region of the country to the Gulf of Mexico. As a happy side-effect of its ten locks and dams, we have lakes for fishing and water sports, and there are wildlife management areas along its banks.
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