Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Micey Hill Series

I don't know if there is a name for this hill, but a friend and his wife named it Micey Hill because some mice came out of wherever they were hiding to eat up the crumbs from their lunch.

The sun coming out from behind the hill. It was a glorious sunrise.

The morning sun already above the hill. What a beautiful sunrise.

Micey Hill in the distance, as viewed from the opposite hill range.

It was a very clear morning sky when the clouds seemed to appear from no where above Micey Hill.

The shrubs look green and are still flowering in May at Mojave Desert.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Female Western Blue Bird

The female Western Bluebird has a more washed-out blue color.

Male House Finch

The male House Finch has red coloring on the head and chest.

Yellow-rumped Warbler

This is a common backyard bird in California.

Western Blue Bird

The male Western Blue Bird has a striking blue color.

Red-breasted Robin

The red-breasted robin is a common sight in the spring.

Western Scrub-jay

The Western Scrub Jay is a noisy bird and a common site in the California backyard.

Black Phoebe

A Male Western Bluebird

Simply love the bright blue plumage!