This post honors more feet from recently deceased creatures. Part One is here. I offer you the feet of a squirrel, a small bird, and a somewhat dried frog.
Part Two of the series on feet of the dead. This time a Great Horned Owl, a lizard, and an armadillo. Part One is here.
This is my neighborhood Sharp Shinned Hawk. I had thought that the white spots on its back were perhaps leucism (genetic mutation). But when it poses like this, that pattern seems to be natural and quite a good camouflage in dappled lighting. I tried to wait until more than its head was in the sunlight, but it had places to be and flew away before being illuminated evenly.
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.