Saturday, March 13, 2021

Turtles and a Bird, March 13, 2021

Saturday's Critters, Weekend Reflections, and I'd Rather B Birdin'

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Lee County, Mississippi, USA, March 12, 2021
The turtles are out - it must be Spring!


Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, February 5, 2021
The American Kestrel, Falco sparverius, is easy to identify by the two dark marks on the side of its face.

I hope you have a nice, peaceful, happy weekend!

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  1. The turtles sure know how to suck up the sunshine!

  2. Oh wow, that is a lot of turtles. Maybe they are doing a line dance. Nice sighting and photo of the Kestrel. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post! Take care, have a happy weekend! PS, thank you for the comment on my post.

  3. Wow! Look how many turtles you saw! And we love the Kestrel, he's small but so majestic!

  4. Oh my gosh, look at them turtles. Wow! Kestrals are super cool


  5. I haven't noticed any turtles around here. Enjoyed seeing your out, sunning themselves. And the of my favorites! Have a glorious week ahead & thanks so much for linking up at IRBB this week!

  6. The turtle convention is great to see!

  7. So many turtles. It makes me wonder how many turtles live in that lake, and also, there must be an awful lot of food for the turtled to sustain so many through their upcoming breeding season.

  8. I can only see so many turtles at the zoo! 🐢
    The American Kestrel is very beautiful!
    Thanks for visiting!

  9. That's a ton of turtles for that once lonely log. Great photos.


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