Took a hike this morning to visit a rescued owl.
“Camouflage, also called cryptic coloration, is a defense or tactic that organisms use to disguise their appearance, usually to blend in with their surroundings. Organisms use camouflage to mask their location, identity, and movement. This allows prey to avoid predators, and for predators to sneak up on prey.”
A generous Audubon member gave me a copy of Magazine from December that had a wonderful photographer that their web sight didn’t have the name of, who had done the cover. This woman is a new favorite with a tremendous heart!
Snow melting from my heavily mulched Banana trees.
I got a bag of crocus from my wife many years ago (forgotten). That are a welcome site!