Day of the critters

Earlier, I posted part one of our day at Mile Rock Beach. This is part two, more or less. While we were out, we saw lots of birds and a rodent or two.

Here are the critters we saw along the trail to Mile Rock Beach at Lands End.

Ok, not a critter. It was so pretty though.
Ok, not a critter. It was so pretty though.
The first critter we saw was this hawk in a tree
The first critter we saw was this hawk in a tree
While watching the hawk, this happy sparrow decided to twitter like mad
While watching the hawk, this happy sparrow decided to twitter like mad
Cormorants on a rock
Cormorants on a rock
Ladybug
Ladybug
Pelicans
Pelicans
Gopher!
Gopher!
Hey hey hey!
Hey hey hey!

Our hike left us hungry, so we went off to Stow Lake at Golden Gate Park for a bite to eat.

This red-winged blackbird was hoping for a morsel.
This red-winged blackbird was hoping for a morsel.
Grumpy seagull. They got in a kerfuffle so has a bit of feathers in their beak.
Grumpy seagull. They got in a kerfuffle so has a bit of feathers in their beak.
This gull sat on our table (pooped on it too) and tried to get close enough to steal something
This gull sat on our table (pooped on it too) and tried to get close enough to steal something
Gull feets!
Gull feets!
Turtle on a rock
Turtle on a rock
On our way around the lake to go home, we spotted these
On our way around the lake to go home, we spotted these
Canada goose and goslings
Canada goose and goslings
So cute!
So cute!
Even cuter!
Even cuter!
Someone with a large dog walked by. The ducks flew and the goose cursed the dog loudly
Someone with a large dog walked by. The ducks flew and the goose cursed the dog loudly
It was certainly a day for critters. Another gopher put in an appearance while I was watching the geese.
It was certainly a day for critters. Another gopher put in an appearance while I was watching the geese.


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3 Replies to “Day of the critters”

  1. Fantastic pictures! I absolutely love the gull feets. That would be perfect to blow up really big and frame. But they’re all good. The gopher is adorable and so are the goslings. It sounds like you had a great hike!

  2. LOL! 🙂 Well, locking myself out that time sure cured me of doing that with the back door ever again. But I once locked myself out of the front door and since it was in broad daylight I went ahead and called a locksmith to let me back in. The only thing that made that experience better was realizing that it’s actually not that expensive to let a locksmith save your butt.

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