After a May thunderstorm in Donnelly, Sandy Kopel had a red headed woodpecker around home. Sandy thought it was only one, but later found there was a pair of the birds.
An indigo bunting stopped by for Sue Peterson, in Alexandria.
Mike Weilenburg took a picture of Farmer Brianna (2 1/2 years old), proudly working with a cow near Long Prairie. Shared by Grandma Sue Peterson..
Pheasant strutting near the city park in Fair Haven. Photo by Ron Lahr.
Near the Glenwood golf course, Gordy Stock was surprised to see a blonde tail squirrel.
Going through old photo albums in Alexandria, Dave Blom found this picture of a trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area from July 1992. Dave’s dad was 70, and it was his first trip to BWCA, he was double packing portages for the first 3 days until he was worn out and had to let the boys take over.
Surely these frangrant lilacs in full bloom on Carolyn Enstad’s Walnut Grove farm, were enjoyed by all the non-allergy sufferers who saw them.
An overflowing tulip cart found by Marveen Drill, of New Ulm, at the Orange City, Iowa Tulip Festival, on May 20.
Sue Moore found some pheasant back mushrooms on a hike at Sakatah State Park, just outside of Waterville, in May.
Full Moon rising over the Mississippi River mid-May, at 9 p.m. Shared by Linda Pargman, of Big Lake.
Ben stands near the Gift Gallery door in the St. Cloud Hospital to welcome visitors. Photo by DeVonne Koppenberg, of St. Michael.
Visitng for the summer, this indigo bunting was spotted, near LeSuer, by Brenda Kotasek.
Larry Kiewel, got the photo from his house in Saint Peter, and says it might be the back side of the tornado that was near Medford during the Memorial Day storms.