Spring exploded on the prairie today. I enjoyed following a White-tailed Jackrabbit around the U of S campus. It was quite inconspicuous with it’s mottled coat on the mottled ground. Once it moved I could see it’s eye through the branches and followed along.
After some time it relaxed and came out from the bush to have a bite to eat.
Then the Bohemian Waxwings flew in to devour some winterized crab apples.
There were a couple of inquisitive looks and some handsomely dressed birds waiting their turn to eat.
After all that eating a drink and a bath was in order.
And the south end of a crow going north ended my delightful afternoon.