Along our roadsides and out into fields are tangled yellowish masses that may be a few inches across or several feet wide. This curious growth is the parasitic plant commonly known as dodder.
Mobbing Behavioirin Birds(reprinted by request)
This column was written a few winters ago as we watched small birds mobbing a bald eagle.
Photo ©Stevebylan, dreamstime.com Costa’s HummingbirdQuick Trip to Tucson, part 2Costa's Hummingbird
Karen drives along Oracle Road with its three lanes each way plus left turns. I relish seeing the desert landscaping!
Photo by E. HornQuick Trip to Tucson
There . . . up the steep slope to our right . . . a medium-sized tree, pinkish looking. Desert willow?
Cornell lab of Ornithology © Guy Lichter, MB Winnipeg, May 2011A windy day! Most of the birds have taken refuge along the shoreline.
©Al Schneider www.swcoloradowildflowers.com Prince’s PlumePrince's Plume
Allen and I are driving down another "back road" near Delta. We go down a gentle slope and around a bend ... yellow!
What we saw yesterday on the south-facing slope of Antelope Hill.
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