Michael's Rediscovery of Nature

Ramblings and observations of a former biologist and a lifelong naturalist, who has recently returned to his roots in east Texas. After a many years of working from coast to coast in an industry far removed from biology, it has been a pleasant change of geography, activity, and attitude. No stressful job decked out in a three piece suit. No city living. Instead there is a rediscovery of the woods, of something scurrying through the leaves, of the clear notes of a bird call, and of reliving the joy that I had when nature was a playground and a classroom.

Here is an Nine Thousand Word Post

I have been unusually busy lately so here I wanted to post a major article - here is the equivalent of 9,000 words.  That is, if indeed a picture is worth a thousand words.  

All of these images were taken within a couple of hundred yards of my front door.  

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Female Green Anole

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Bumble Bee on Leaf

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Solitary Bee on False Dandelion

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Long-legged Fly on Hyacinth

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Female Five-lined Skink

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Rambur's Forktail Damselfly

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Robber Fly

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Willow Leaf Beetle

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Turkey Vulture

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