December Pheasant

I’m writing The Buzz on December 2, a day when snow id drifting down from a gray sky. The bees are eating from their stored honey stash and keeping warm. 

To give Buzz readers a glimpse of the habitat and climate for bees and the rest of us Nebraskans, I check out  photos by photographer, Don Brockmeier.  He often publishes his current photos on his Instagram account. Today I found a brilliant photo for December that I would like to share with you. With permission from the photographer, please see and marvel at a cock pheasant styling the glowing colors and intricate patterns in his display of feathers.

December Pheasant, photo by Don Brockmeier
December Pheasant, photo by Don Brockmeier

Don noticed this handsome fellow in the corn stubble near Eustis, NE.  Pheasants, quail, and prairie chickens peck among the dried cornstalks to glean kernels of grain left after the corn harvest.


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