Tufted Titmouse & Carolina Chickadee
Mr. Titmouse says to Mr. Chickadee, “Do you want to see me do a water trick?” Sure, says, Mr. Chickadee. Titmouse turns his back to Chickadee, and then he put his head down in the water and his tail high up. Titmouse said, “How did you like that trick?” Chickadee said, “Well, that is a good way to cool off.” as he laughs.
Some our of bird takes baths in cooler weather. The photos here were taken late in Oct.
The Whitetail deer now has their winter coats on. Their winter hair is thicker and longer, that helps them to stay warmer in the cold winter months. The top two photos are bucks and the bottom two photos are does.
The Monarchs are strong fliers, in the fall they start heading south. In some states they will start in October, as long as winter doesn’t start early there. They will either go to Mexico or Southern California; it depends which place is the closest for them to fly to.
They are the only know insects that will migrate to warmer weather in the winter months that is 2,500 mile or more away very year.
The female turkey can have anywhere from 4 chicks and up to as many as 17 young ones. She will feed her young ones after they have hatch for only a few days, after that they learn to feed on their own and to take care of themselves.
The mother turkey and her chicks will join with other mom turkeys and their chicks and hang out together as a group. They will travel together looking for food. Some of the things that they like to eat; insects, different kind of fruits, like berries, crab-apples and wild grapes. Also; nuts, grass and tender young leaves, seeds, and grains. They scratch on the ground, turning over leaves, etc. and moving them out of their way when looking for food.