Saturday morning, I was taking photos of a green heron at Lake Tamarack (see first photo below), trying to follow it as it flew from branch to branch along the shore. After a while, a second green heron came onto the scene (see second photo below). At one point, I was able to get them both in one photo (see photo above). Click here to link to a post with more green heron photos that were taken in May.
This Bent Tree fact sheet is from 2011. Other than a few slight changes (i.e. restaurant name change, different email bulletins, additions of bocce and pickleball, transponders instead of barcodes), it is still accurate and is a handy reference.
2011 Bent Tree Fact Sheet (click image to link to pdf)
923 Chestnut Cove Trail in Bent Tree just hit the market with an asking price of $283,900. Click here to link to a website that has just about anything you could want to know about the 4 bed, 3 bath home. The views are amazing. Click the listing photo below to link to a video tour.
Listing photo for 923 Chestnut Cove Trail in Bent Tree (click to link to video)
Click here to link to the listing information, or click the listing photo below to link to a video tour, for 34 Tamarack Point in Bent Tree. The asking price for the 3 bed, 3 bath lake front home is $449,900.
AGENT’S LISTING PHOTO – 34 Tamarack Point in Bent Tree (click photo to link to video tour)
Yesterday’s post mentioned that I went to play golf on Monday, in between fawn photo shoots. The photo below was taken during that round of golf, at the pond on Hole 7. Click here for a related previous post (from almost one year ago) that explains why my golf game is not so great.
June 17, 2019 – Turtles, pond on Hole 7 in Bent Tree
Let awake ones lie, too. Young fawns are left alone for hours, but the mother will be back. Check back tomorrow for more photos of this fawn and the return of its mother, all taken yesterday in Bent Tree over the course of about 10 hours.
June 17, 2019 4:45 p.m. – new fawn in Bent Tree (click image to zoom)