Habitat: deciduous forest near a pond
3-4 feet tall
Along the edge of a wetland that is next to a paved walk way and medium busy street.
Habitat: along trail in deciduous woods
Saw 1 doe and 1 fawn. Overcast and 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
Today's count was less then what I saw last Saturday morning when I saw 1 doe and 2 fawns.
I saw this moth hanging out on the door window to the Recreation Activity Center. Temperature was ~50 degrees Fahrenheit. Overcast and rained earlier that day
I saw a Opossum crossing.
I found this Red-winged blackbird nest near my job. There was a male and female flying around the nest.
I found this road outside my apartment complex. It was hopping to a flower bed. It did release it's liquid defense. It was 68 degrees Fahrenheit and a clear sky.
I found patches of these plants among some skunk cabbage along Stony Creek.
I saw this doe along with fawn/ possible 1 year old deer. The younger deer was small, but did not have the white spots.
Temp: 30 degree Fahrenheit
Weather: cloudy but sunny
This heron was puffing it's feather and feeding itself.
I saw a this hawk fly over Crooks Rd. It looked like the hawk was flying in to catch some prey.
I saw two swans on the lake. Temperature was approximately 36°F with clear skies and the slight went.
I saw a muskrat swim underneath the water to what I think was it's den in the side of pond. It was approximately 36°F. Clear with slight wind
I saw 3 cardinals at my feeder. 2 male and 1 female. It was 36 degrees Fahrenheit. Light snow showers.
I watched this heron as it waded through the wetland.
I saw this monarch on the plant. A naturalist said it was a female because it did not have a gland on its wing.
I saw this firefly on my balcony door.
3 baby swallows found in their nest outside the Van Hoosen Farm House.
I saw a red belled woodpecker at my bird feeder.
Weather: light drizzle
I saw a Blue Jay at my bird feeder.
Temperature: 40s degree Fahrenheit
I saw 3 snakes within the park boundaries.
I saw this skunk cabbage next to a water drainage spot
I saw two raccoons walk right by the front door of my apartment complex.
Sign of a pileated woodpecker.