This Tufted Titmouse landed only a few feet away from me on the Beech Forest Trail the other day. I clicked and this is what I got.
Such a petty bird. What do you think?
I can’t wait until it gets a bit warmer and we can head up to Provincetown for a picnic on Beech Forest Trail, part of the National Seashore just outside of the center of Provincetown. It is such a pretty trail over a boardwalk where you can see many different species of birds, through the forest and around Blackwater Pond. It’s a “must” if you’re in the Provincetown area!
And there, at the end of the trail is the perfect picnic table to relax and enjoy nature.
There were some really cool-looking trees on Beech Forest Trail in Provincetown. They reminded me of Colorado where you frequently see trees on the slopes of the the mountains which have curved trunks due to the snow and ice pushing it. They called them “snow knees.” Cute, don’t you think?
I wonder what caused these tree trunks to bend so much…
I took this tree with different filters. What do you think?
If you’re looking for a gorgeous and fairly easy hike in Provincetown, try the Beech Forest Trail. It is just beautiful as it meaders on a boardwalk over the marshes, through a beech tree forest, through a pine forest and then around the lake.
It doesn’t get much prettier, especially in the fall when the colors are spectacular!