My friend Phil Plank had the great idea to organize a photo walk for the Flower Mound's Nature Facebook group. So it was that about 20 of us found ourselves on the actual Flower Mound this evening, learning about the native prairie and seeing what shots we could find on this 12-acre patch of it.
Prairie Groundsel seemed the most popular choice, but Engelmann's Daisy and Roundleaf Ragwort were also suggested.
Scissor-tailed Flycatcher from a ways off. Their long, split tails are pretty distinctive.
Eastern Bluebird. The shot is unfortunately heavily cropped.
Foxgloves are a flower I'm always able to identify, and happy to see.
It was great to meet a number of people whose pictures I've enjoyed and admired. Everyone seemed to have fun enjoying a warm spring evening and spending some time with other folks who appreciate the natural beauty we have in our town!