A fawn in the morning, a bear in the evening…does it get any better than this?
A juvenile red-headed woodpecker was making a ruckus on the golf course one day (first picture below), until the parent fed it (second photo below).
July 30, 2018 – feeding time
Click here to link to the listing information for 196 Bee Tree Ridge Court in Bent Tree. The 3 bed, 2½ bath home hit the market a few days ago with an asking price of $169,900.
Click here for a related previous post. 407 Thunder Ridge in Bent Tree closed earlier this week for $825,000. A quick search of the Pickens County Tax Assessor records (looking all the way back to the turn of this century), shows this to be a record high price for a home in the Bent Tree community (at least for the last 18 years). The home sits on an incredibly unique and beautiful piece of property. Serenity now…
Bent Tree’s Lake & Wildlife Partners Meeting will be held Saturday morning, August 4th at 9:30 in the Club Tamarack Recreation Room (come at 9:00 if you want coffee and doughnuts).
At the meeting, there will be a brief introduction of Bent Tree’s new Volunteer Citizens Emergency Response Team (VCERT) initiative. VCERT training is scheduled for Thursday, August 9th 6:00pm – 9:00pm at Club Tamarack Fireside Lounge. The training session is open for all who want to attend.
The agenda for Saturday’s L&W meeting includes “Fish Survey and Recommendations” under New Business, and the scheduled program is “Talking Turkey” presented by the Wildlife Committee chairman.
Click here to see what was going on in Bent Tree exactly five years ago.
Native plant Turk’s Cap Lily (Lilium superbum), also known as Swamp Lily or Turban Lily