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 Blue Jay at my bird feeder.
Temperature: 40s degree Fahrenheit
I saw 3 snakes within the park boundaries.
I saw a red belled woodpecker at my bird feeder.
Weather: light drizzle
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.
This lady bug was found inside the museum .
Weather: sunny and clear
This squirrel found its way to my balcony and was feeding on the fallen seeds. I also noticed that this squirrels underbelly was brownish and orange.
Temperature: ~40 F
Weather: sunny and mostly clear
This woodpecker was seen at my feeder.
Saw at my bird feeder.
It fly low over the dairy barn property. I think it was a red-tailed hawk, but I am not positive.
I saw this bird at my bird feeder.
Temperature: ~30 Fahrenheit
Weather: party sunny and some clouds
This squirrel was perched on a branch. It appeared that it was puffing it's self to stay warm. It also did not move till I got within 5-10 feet of it.
Weather: cloudy, rainy, and cold
Temperature: 30-39 degree Fahrenheit
This insect fly into the dairy barn. It kept flying around our over head lights.
Weather: partly clear and sunny
Temperature: 40-50 Fahrenheit
Habitat: wetland and open fields
This caterpillar was crossing the trail.