Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge (part 2)

Old country house with sunflowers.
Snow on the Mountain
Pinkweed
Pinkweed - a pretty roadside wildflower.
Starting a trail at the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge
American Elm
Lanterns?!
Makes a great garland!
Armadillo!
Great Salt Plains Lake
Gay feathers


Sand lily
There should be water here.
Dry!
Cocoon
 I look forward to coming back to this area in the spring
 so that I can see all the migrating birds in 
the marshes and lake.

3 comments:

  1. Oklahoma has abundant beauty! I wonder if mink were around, givien the name, mink run marsh? Silly, curious me. But...maybe?

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  2. Oklahoma indeed, has much beauty. :) There were several marshes at this refuge, all with peculiar names,,, Little marsh, Intermediate Marsh and Large Marsh (kid you not!).
    Ladies, it's raining and blowing a fresh breeze here today. Hope you have a beautiful day. :)

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