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Gifts of the great outdoors

Taima the hawk of the Seattle Seahawks
Taima the hawk of the Seattle Seahawks
Photo by Kevork Djansezian Getty Images

The wonders the cold weather makes it inevitable for many things to be seen.

In the local area of El Paso there are many things visible to make one marvel, because the timing of the outdoors climate would say different.

A bird that resembled a Hawk was spotted close by on a neighborhood stonewall for a short moment, before it boundaries were jeopardized and flew off to safety.

There are actually still flies buzzing about trying to enter into the indoors, seemingly with no regards to the season.

Mourning doves are making their familiar calling early in the mornings in the desert where they are still feeding off fall foliage and seeds.

The herbs for cooking located outdoors are steadily thriving in this time with weather related conditions, herbs of the peppermint and rosemary can be seen perfectly paired.

The brillant rise of the morning sun over the Franklin Mountains in El Paso, TX can be viewed on a frosty morning.

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