Saturday night at the Dirt Track…

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The ‘Pollinator’….

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The Lost Bobber…

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American Goldfinch (Carduelis tristis)…

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Taking some refreshment.

Walker Bridge…

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This bridge over Opossum Creek in northern Nowata County is maybe the best example of a stone arched bridge structure remaining in Oklahoma. Built in 1913 at a cost of $1,085.00 by a local contractor. Made from locally quarried limestone, you can still see the tool marks where the masons shaped the stones. This bridge still carries traffic, and shows little signs of deterioration.

Boooaaaarrrd…

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More from the Kiddie Park railway.

Horse Play…

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At the Bartlesville Kiddie Park.

Blue-Tailed Dragonfly…

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In keeping with the recent “blue” theme.

American Five-lined Skink…

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The juveniles of this species have a bright blue tail, presumably to distract predators to the detachable appendage so they can escape and grow a new one. I don’t recall ever seeing one before today. This one was in the dry bottoms of California Creek.

Indigo Bunting (female)

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