Walk in the Park

April 30, 2018

Tell Me A Story: Monthly Blog (April 2018)

 

Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you. ~Frank Lloyd Wright

It had been a long time since my visit to Huntley Meadows Park, Alexandria Virginia. 

I and my Photographer friend Stephon met at the park at 8 am started the walk. 

 

Some photos from the morning, 

Female Eastern Bluebird

Solitary Sandpiper

Common Yellowthroat

Redheaded Woodpecker

Redheaded Woodpecker

Male Yellow Rumped Warbler 

 Male Downy Woodpecker

Male Common Yellowthroat

Northern Flicker

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Redheaded Woodpecker

Palm Warbler

Palm Warbler in flight. 

Male Yellow Rumped Warbler

Two Palm Warbler enjoying the sun. 

 Black Squirrel with orange tail 

 Northern Flicker spitting out sawdust from its nest. 

 Sun basking turtles. 

 Mallard duck caught taking a nap. 

 Red winged black bird.

Solitary Sandpiper looking for some food.

 Did the Solitary Sandpiper find anything interesting there?

 Frog is looking at you. This is one of the favorite place for group of frogs in Huntley Meadows Park. 

Muskrat enjoying some greens. 

 

 

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My recent blogs:

Snow Day in March

Celebrations at Luther Jackson Middle School

One Cold Morning

Aarya's Birthday Bash

International Night at Camelot

Fun at Apple Picking

Around our house

Sunflower Glory

Living Happily is an Art

Retirement Party for Donna

Around Huntley Meadows Park

Birthday Bash at Flight Trampoline

Nature Walk in Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Walking down the memory lane: Sports Day at BNKS

Beautiful Nepal as I see it

Short Trip to New York City

Trip to Luray Caverns

Teej Festival 2016

Visit to the beautiful new Vrindavan

Trip to Myrtle Beach