An ear-full of cedar waxwings stopped at Rosie Hartwig-Benson’s yard, in Meeker County, during their migration in November, where 30 to 40 of the birds were observed in a crab-apple tree. The birds took turns drinking water from the birdbath before suddenly flying off.
Two Halloween pirates, Cheryl Marklowitz para, and bus driver Dawn Marinaro, delighted the students in St. Cloud, October 29. Photo by Cheryl’s mom, DeVonne Koppenberg.
These two fawns were looking in Janice Nord’s patio window, after being taught some bad tricks by their mother who had been eating crab apples in the backyard, in Milaca.
Jim Wright, of Little Falls, was on Mille Lacs Lake, and says “No walleyes, but I caught some gold.”
When in Vermont, Kim Bzdok, of Little Falls, found these cool mushrooms.
When in Denali National Park, Terri Sanoski, of Fish Trap Lake, was lucky to spot a lynx at the edge of the road.
Kendall took a nice fall portrait a kitten at her grandparents’ farm near Lake Lillian. Shared with us by Brad Schmoll.
It was a magic fall morning at the lake for Tony Generous, St. Joseph, in middle of October.
A rock cairn found by Ronda Gniffke, of Clear Lake, S.D.
In Clara City, Jan Beyerl noticed a tree with excessive mushroom growth.
Bev Bales’ grandson, Drew Cramlet 15, caught a 19” Walleye near Alexandria, in early August.
Sunset reflected on Spitzer Lake, in Otter Tail County. Photo by Fr. Jeff Ethen.
View from the deck of Harvey Bothun, looking down his driveway near Garfield this October.
Pansies in the Jim and Kat Becker’s backyard, in Tintah, were still going strong in early November.
Found hidden next to the ambulance station in Fergus Falls. Megan Anderson would love to see this old ambulance restored to it’s glory days.
Two swans in love on Twin Lakes, near Menahga. Photo by James Hamm.
Vacancy at the wasp hotel in New Ulm. Shared by John Pfeiffer.
Ruth Ann Boersma watched as sandhill cranes walked down the road to Norway Lake, near Kerkhoven.