Panzner field a. about 3 or 4 scattered domes of 1 to 3m width in the open central north area. I don't recall seeing this many in the past.
Very first flowers of the year and way ahead of the many other plants in the area (2 to 3 weeks?) Panzner field a
Panzner wetland field a (marsh). Knee height
Panzner field a. On mimulus ringens (and more commonly on lythrum salicaria). Seems too late for the usual spumarius philaenus ?
Pamzner field a north central. Occasional
Playing hide and seek
Two youngsters who were begging for food from their female parent (not pictured)
This fish was using a shallow muddy lake at the nature center. It would dart very quickly, then hold still for long periods of time.
Panzner WWR in upland woods. about 6" across
Panzner Wetland - grassy path near wetland. Common. Males nearby probably match these females
Panzner Wetland grassy margin/mowed path. Common. Gray ones nearby - presumably females
Green Leaf Park, Medina County Park District
I've never seen this before and it's not in my book. Think it's an annual and not native
Edge of Panzner Field B pond
Panzner Woods between Fields A and B. well over 2m tall. Only saw this one
Panzner Field D, with cattails. abundant. over 2m tall