|May 2007||Newsletter Archive|
Pinawa Photo Page May 2007
The Weather Makes May A Topsy-Turvy Month. Drop Us A Line At firstname.lastname@example.org If You Can Spot The Photo That is Topsy-Turvy...
Towards the second week of May trees are just starting to green up.
The forest is alive with the cheery song of the White-throated Sparrow.
One week later and the trees have more leaves.
An American Redstart singing for a mate.
The weather changes from a high of 30° C to 10° C. Mist and rain instantly changes the landscape.
The Bur Oak becomes a beautiful tree when it is festooned in flowers.
Through the mist the trees appear greener.
The forest holds many secrets, the rock wall is glistening with lichen, while the following four photos are of a variety of small often missed items.
Second last to bloom, the Hawthorne flower makes you forget about the thorns. Can you see them? Still to bloom is the Highbush Cranberry.
The morning walk comes to an end as Hunter surveys his realm.