I saw this insect crawling on a bench at the end of our nature trail. I just found out that this was the larvae of a lady bug! That is so cool to see the beginning of this insect's life.
This tree was planted along the eastern edge of Museum's property.
I saw what I think is a tree swallow. It was pitched on top of a bird house in a open field on the Museum grounds. What stood out for me was the white belly and dark blue feathers on it's back.
I saw this plant in the swamp area of the Norther Clinton River Park Trail.
Plant along the NCRT.
There were 10 ducklings with this mother mallard on the Clinton River.
I saw this plant on my walk through the northern Clinton river trail.
I saw 3 chipmunks at Riverside park. One came within 8 feet of me. I am wondering of this chipmunk has been hand feed before. It did not come right up to me, but it appeared to not care that I was setting near him.
I first saw this Egret on the other side of this pond. After about 30 min the egret fly over to my side of the pond. It was great to see this bird fly across the pond.
I saw 2 honey bee on this bush taking either getting the nectar or pollen. Along with the honey bees I saw two bumble bees on this bush.
I saw this toad right next to the gazebo.
This nest was found under our tents. I was told this nest was from a barn swallow.
My co worker found this caterpillar on a milkweed leaf. It almost totally consumed the leaf in 5 hours.
I heard this crane as I walked around the first wetland in Inwood Trails
I heard them calling while walking on the Inwood trail as it passed the wetlands.
I saw this turtle while walking around the first wetlands at Inwood Trails.
I have watched this tree for a season and now have observed the new needles on the tree.
I saw this dragon fly on the creek that runs through the park.
This lady big larvae was found on a milkweed life.
A co-worker spotted this bird in our harbor.
I found this larvae in the Stony Creek as I was giving nature walk. I did not have any legs yet.
I heard at least one green frog as I walked along the river walk next to the wetlands.
This centipede was found on one of the railings near the wetland interpretive sign
This spider was dark brown and light brown on it's legs. The spider did have hair growing on it legs and body. It's legs were longer then average spiders.
This insect was found in a house. It clearly had six legs. It's antenna we're about as long as it's body. It's color was a light shade of brown
I saw these two raccoon on the side of Adam rd and Satterlee. The first photo shows that two raccoon died recently at or near this location. The farther carrion was harder to positively ID as a raccoon in the first photo and closer up. But I believe it was a raccoon.