Monday, July 29, 2013

where the cattle are and are not

It's pretty easy to tell where the cattle are. The grass is trimmed lower and just a few tall spots are around. Last week Homer discovered why one clump of grass had been left untouched when he mowed it and uncovered a nest of bald faced hornets, suspended between the high growing clumps. Cattle=smarter than we thought. 

The herd is looking fat and happy. There are plenty of good eats to select from out there. 

And where things are growing high a different sort of animal life is supported. 

The swallowtails love it. As do the turkeys, who eat a plant like this down to the ground. 

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