Pileated woodpecker. Biggest woodpecker species in North America. This one is only a juvenile. There’s a really big sucker who makes an appearance every now and then. There’s a half dead tree out back that they’ve practically destroyed.
Lots of maggots though. I don’t really mind – they help break down the proteins.
Bee out back doing some pollinating.
Fiddle heads. I’ve been meaning to steam some up to see how they taste. Maybe this weekend.
The bog monster’s habitat. Comes for little boys and girls who won’t go to bed.