Vera Ritter found these unique mushrooms while biking the Wobegon Trail, east of Sauk Centre, and shared this photo with the Senior Perspective Identification Team (SPIT). We have SPIT on this and will let you know what comes up.
Gwendolyn Krueger was lucky to watched these barred owls grow up all spring, along with their mom and dad, in her backyard, near Holmes City.
Theresa Grangruth watched a pileated woodpecker getting in a healthy snack of berries in Mehahga.
Sue Peterson watched fall arrive near Lake Victoria in Alexandria.
On Dec. 8, it was a frost morning in Fergus Falls according to Mary Donley.
Uh-oh, cousins Ethan and Kaia were caught playing on the foosball table by grandma Inez Anderson, in New London.
Sharla Benstson has some neat flowers in Wood Lake.
Red-bellied woodpecker found sharing some peanuts with a blue jays by Janet Hoernemann, in Herman, on December 1.
Growing up, Roger Wilkowske would catch bullheads at the Morristown dam, being told by his Mom, “He who catches e’m cleans e’m.” Now it seems gulls use it for their dam meetings.
Lynn Kahnke shared a late fall sunset in her Redwood Falls backyard from December 8.
John Pfeiffer, of New Ulm, thinks that sometimes one leaf is as nice as a treefull. Wouldn’t you agree?
From her swing in the Sherwood Forest campground, near Garrison, Myrna Dahlke watched a monarch (right) on her marigold.
Light tour in Little Falls, gave Janell Wink fond memories of for the holiday season.
A couple of heavyweights just standing around on the farm south of Grantsburg, Wisconsin where Arnie Borchert, now of Sauk Rapids, used to live.
Holiday lights set up for walk-thru viewing the back side of the parking lot near the pond at the Sartell community center. DeVonne Koppenberg said their were also many easy to see, drive-thru lights along Pine Cone Road in Sartell.
This lazy lion and many others laying in acacia trees always appeared relaxed when Connie Blodgett, of Minneapolis, and her daughter, Liz Siegrist, saw them in Kenya.
Sun reflecting off grain bin legs near New Ulm caught the eye of David Zenk.
An eastern tiger swallowtail (above) landed on Linda Weldy’s lilacs last summer in her New Ulm back yard.
Mary Nieland hangs this hummingbird feeder over her deck in Montevideo.
There are many picturesque small town scenes like this in Litchfield shared by Kristie Flachmeyer.
On a nice day just before Thanksgiving, Dale Dietel photographed this swan on Lake Brandt, near Waconia.