A native non-parasitic lamprey that loves sandy stream bottoms
One main bud
White downy underneath
I observed this tree in the middle of the yard of a community memorial park. It is surrounded by different kinds of trees that share the same yard. This tree is approximately 40 ft. tall. There are also small fruits that are pointy that grow with the leaves.
I observed this tree at the edge of the lake. This tree is located at the edge of the lake next to many other different kinds of trees. It is approximately 40 ft. tall and its' leaves are starting to change color, due to the weather change.
I observed this tree on the edge of the lake that is at the center of the park. This tree is farther away from most of the other different kinds of trees. It is approximately 40 ft. to 50ft. Tall. It's pine needles were mostly on the ground and they were different colors.
I observed this tree across the side in the park that surround the lake in the middle. This tree is surrounded by other different kinds of trees. It is approximately 40 ft. tall and it's leaves are broads and flat.
I observed this tree in the yard of a memorial park. It was surrounded by other different kinds of trees. This tree is around 20 ft. tall. It's leaves are broad and simple.
I observed this tree close to the side walk that is surround the community memorial park. There are not to many tree around this particular tree, but there are a few around of different kinds. This tree is around 40 ft. to 50 ft. tall and it's leaves have an irregular wavy teeth to them.
I observed this tree in the middle of a yard in a community park. It was not surrounded by to many other different kinds of tree but there were other trees around in the park. It is approximately 20 ft. tall. The needles are single around the main stem.
I observed this tree around the center lake in the park. It is surrounded around other different kinds of trees and it is around 30 ft. tall.
I observed this tree inside the park. It's located around many other trees of different kinds. It is close to a lake which is at the center of the park. It is approximately 7 ft. and it's bark has a very unique design. The leaves at the top of the tree were beginning to change, due to the change of season, but the leaves toward the middle and down are not changing as fast as the ones on the top.
standing in grass by road
4 individuals, 2 adult, 2 young. Youngsters are almost full grown now! Difficult to tell them apart from the adults except that the adults are still protecting them. I got too close while walking to my car, one did a divebomb and the other adult did a wing drag.
FOY, noted in the low scrub trees on the edge of the swamp forest.
Single individual notes scavenging in the grass.
Two adult individuals and two young. So cute!!!! One adult does wounded ploy when I pass in a golf cart.
Resident pair near the pond, typically feed in shelter house parking lot in afternoons. Do not appear to have a nest. Vocalizations of "hink" and "honk" suggest male and female.
Many individuals, as every day. Posting as I saw a particularly striking tawny individual that I assume was a yearling.