I believe I saw a flock of Bufflehead in this lake. I don't think they were hooded mergansers because the males did not have any brown in them. I also observed two males fighting each other. The sound these males produced matched the calls I heard on my Audubon Bird Guide app.
I saw at least three of these birds while I walked along the boardwalk in this park of the park. I also observed these birds coming pretty close to me which made me think these birds have been hand feed or at least feed by humans.
I saw this woodpecker in inland lake among some reeds. It looked like it was feeding on something that was on the plants. I could not tell if it was pecking into the reeds or just eating what was on the plant.
I saw this caterpillar on wood railing. It's body was mostly green, but had a orange bottom. It was about as long as my thumb nail.
I saw this the frog on Belle Isle. It was in a field near a creek.
I heard the hawk before I saw it. It was perched on the middle wire holder. I could not see if it was an adult or juvenile. I also could not determine whether it was a male or female.
I saw this toad around the milk house. It was a light color.
We had a camper find this walking stick along the one of the paths at Bloomer Park.
I saw this caterpillar on the plant of my coworker. I saw it's orange antenna.
I saw this female grazing while I was driving home. The weather was in the 70s with little humidity. This sighting also took place around 7:30 pm.
Saw 3 snails. 2 adults, 1 young
I saw on eating along the main trail
I heard multiple frogs calling. At least 4 frogs were calling.
It was hawking for insects.
I saw one firefly in the yard in my neighborhood. I saw it flashing.
I saw three bats flying around in the yard in my neighborhood. I could also hear them making a clicking sound to find their food.
I saw three grazing in the medium right before it became the Van Dyke expressway. The weather was clearing, but it had rained earlier in the evening.
I saw a rabbit while I was walking in my neighborhood. It was around dusk and the temp was in the high 70s or low 80s. The rabbit was feeding on plants when I came behind it. It did not move until I was parallel with it.
I saw this painted turtle along the trails at Riverbend Park in Rochester Hills.
This green frog started as a tadpole with legs when it was brought to my work. It was collected at Riverbend Park in Rochester Hills. The frog still has a part of it's tail left.
This little chick fell from it's nest in the calf barn. It is most likely a house sparrow because those have been the most frequently seen bird flying into the barn.
I found this snail crossing the parking lot of the museum. The snail shell was roughly the size of my thumb's figure nail.
I saw this green frog around the gazebo. It the frog had a small external eardrum and prominent dorsolateral.
A person showed my co-worker this fungus. It was located along the Detroit River Riverfront.
This wild flower was blooming in park. This wild flower is not native to Michigan.
I saw this toad hopping along the stone fence near the pond where the tadpoles were found.
I found these tadpole in one of the ponds on the property. They were about the size of a pea.
A co-worker discovered this nest near the staff and boater parking lot. I observed a killdeer approaching the nest after my co-worker and I left the nest. I also observed this killdeer pretending to be hurt so we would chase after it and leave the nest.
I saw this chipmunk in the tree. It had a piece of hay on his head. I first saw the chipmunk around the gazebo and then around this tree.