Habitat: edge of maple forest and margin of wet sedge meadow.
Growth stage: in flower.
Habitat: fen wetland. growth stage in flower. Growing amongst dead cat-tail (Typha).
Habitat: fen wetland, growth stage: in flower
Breeding pair with several young; second year observed in this spruce stand; have not been able to get a photo but have audio recording that I will link to this record soon
Third of three deceased long-tailed shrews found along the Downy Loop trail at Wood Hollow Metro Park.
Two of three deceased long-tailed shrews found while hiking along Downy Loop trail at Wood Hollow Metro Park.
One of three deceased long-tailed shrews found while hiking along Downy Loop at Wood Hollow Metro Park.
both male and females 3-4mm
they wait under the bowl and when an insect lands on it they bite through it
can id by pink pedicels, it is also the most common and by its large size (only one other species around here gets larger)
sign identified these, which are threatened in ohio