I have become accustomed to the sound as the water in the Moose River rushes by our campsite. It gets louder when there's higher water from rain, but then diminishes as the weather dries. It was such a wonderful surprise when we realized that this was to be our backyard view for a bit.
And another view.
And, of course, the sunset view looking down the river.
We get to see common mergansers with their little ones, and mallards with little ones, too. The cedar waxwings nest in the area, so they are out and about. There's robins, chickadees, kingfishers, lots of crows, grackles, and ruby throated hummingbirds. Up near the office, the goldfinches make an appearance, as well as the downy and hairy woodpeckers. Oh, and the house finches, too. The unusual birds I've seen thus far from my "backyard" are a spotted sandpiper and a golden winged warbler.
Y'all take care.