Birds do it. Bees do it. Even skinny brown spiders do it. (Sorry, Cole!) Here’s a male and a female spider doing the dance of love. I hung around and watch these guys for a while, but I’m not sure you would like to see more.
Mom and Charlie had a bunch of shrubs in their backyard that were covered in spiderwebs. My children think I am a wuss. Actually, I am a wuss, but once in a while I do pretty brave things. I got up way before dawn to see who the heck was making all those webs.
What feels better on a hot summer day than dipping your feet in a fountain? Here’s a heavily manipulated photo of the feet of a little nature boy fountain at Wildwood Park in Toledo, Ohio. The next time you’re in Toledo, one of the many things you should do is visit Wildwood Park.
Chuparosa, also known as hummingbird bush, is a pretty drab shrub with beautiful ﬂowers. It’s native to Arizona and great for xeriscaping. If you want to attract hummingbirds to your yard, you should plant one or two.