This heron was at the harbor entrance.
This damselfly was on a fishing pole.
This lightening beetle was found on the entrance to the dairy barn.
I found this caterpillar in a backyard garden. It was less then 1inch and dark brown body and light brown head.
I found these toad in this park. When I picked it up it released it's liquid that it uses as a defense mechanism.
I believe this is a mole. The habitat can be described as suburban, near a small pond and wooded area.
I saw this frog in a drainage pond. I also heard green frogs calling. The pond was about length of two standard size parking spots and three wide.
I saw two water snakes along the banks of Stony Creek. One was sunning itself on the tree branch and the second one was among tall grass next to the creek. This was good to see because a park patron had told my supervisors that he had been killing these snakes because there were to many... I am glad to see some survived.
I saw this little frog in the pond behind the farmhouse. It let me cover it with my hand, but I could not catch it.
This waxwing was found dead outside this apartment complex. The lack of a reddish color at the tip of the wings makes me think this is a 1st year waxwing.
I saw two water snakes swimming in this pond. The first was scared into the water after the group I was with came to close to it. The second water snake was already in the water and only had it's head out.
I saw 2 garter snakes in this field.
I saw this turtle at the top of a hill near the park's indoor archery building. It looked like some animal found the turtle eggs and ate them. I think the whole in the mound was this turtles nest.
I saw this male at the Dairy Barn. It was pecking at the window.
I saw this insect inside the Dairy Barn. This was an adult.
I saw 3 frogs. I can confirm at least 1 was a female. They were seen in the pond by behind the farmhouse.
I saw a male cowbird perched on the widow of the dairy barn. It had a noticeable brown head and black beak.
These eggs look similar to pictures of cowbirds eggs I saw in my Audubon bird guide app. The rest is around other robins nests and I have seen a male cowbirds on the property. I was not able to measure the size of the egg. Can any birders confirm my guess?
I saw this juvenile robin in the harbor Landry room. The bird was hopping around the room and the harbor. I don't know if the bird fledged to soon or fell out of the nest.
I saw a porcupine while on a group night hike. The porcupine was in a tree eating the new buds from the tree. It started to climb down, but when it heard us it stopped and waited till we left.
I heard this bird calling in the morning. The call and the rust on it's head gave it away.
I heard and saw a male sapsucker pecking into some trees. I could clearly see the straight line of hole the bird make in the tree.
I heard this bunting calling from a tree. I heard this bird around 4:00 pm. It was sunny and ~80 degrees F.
I heard a single American toad calling tonight. It's call lasted 10 sec. The temperature was 58 degrees F. It was also cloudy and lightly misting.
I watched a common tern fly around the berm at the state park. I have also heard terns in the state park's harbor.