tiny snake, circumference of an earthworm
first salamander I've seen in my yard and I accidentally killed it when I moved the cooler it was under
It is located just off of Riverview rd. about 1/2 a mile west from Boston Mills ski resort. It is located next to a pond and it is on a fairly steep incline that is sloping towards the pond. It is about 20 feet tall. The bark is very shaggy.
It is located about 15 feet away from a creek and it is on the border of some woods. It is located about 250 yards up off of Riverview Rd. It approximately 38 feet tall and it has pine cones that are the length of about 9 inches.
The Shagbark hickory is located bordering my driveway and it is about 15 yards to the west of river view road by boston mills. It is located on a small hill that is right next to a fairly sizable pond. It is next to some trees. It is approximately 70 feet tall. Its leaves are arranged in an alternating pattern.
The weeping willow is located on the side of river view road. It is enclosed by a white picket fence. It is located right next to a fairly sizable pond. It is surrounded by sloping grass that slopes toward the road. The weeping willow is about 12 feet tall. The branches grow out and the leaves grow down wards.
The weeping Alaskan Cedar is right next to a small pond. It is on some raised rocks and it is right next to our driveway. It is right next to water and it is next to some other pine trees. It is able to receive much sunlight. It is approximately 15 feet tall. The branches on the cedar appear to be fluffy instead of straight.
It is located about 10 yards away from a creek and it is on the border of a small patch of woods. It is located on a bed of pine needles and it is surrounded by a few trees. It is approximately 30 feet tall.
Broad, flat, simple leaves. Not lobed. Fine, double teeth.
The Silver Maple is located about 5 feet from a creek and it is covered by the top of one tree that is roughly 30 feet taller than it is. It is surrounded by a fence and it is resting on some very wet grass. In the fall, the Maple will change color starting at the top and finishing all the way at the bottom.
Flattened needles. Needles with two white lines beneath.
Broad, flat, simple leaves. Lobed leaves. Main vein ends in lobes.
It is located in my back yard, to the west of the Creek that separates my neighbors and our yard, It is behind our barn. It is located in a bed of ivy and it is in an extremely shaded area that is shaded by the trees that surround it. It is approximately 45 feet tall. Its leaves are very small and there are several of them on each twig.
Broad, flat, simple leaves. Not lobed. Rounded teeth.
Broad, flat, simple leaves. Pinnately lobed. Smooth. Main vein ends in a notch
Broad, flat, simple leaves. Smooth. Whole fruit less than one inch
It is located next to a creek that divides our neighbors and our properties on Riverview Rd. . It is located in a swampy area that has thin, stringy grass. It is about 30 feet tall and the branches grow upward, not outward.
It is located to the West end of my house up on a small incline. The tree is in a completely open area surrounded by small shrubs and some patches of grass. It was approximately 30 feet tall. The leaves of the Gingko are shaped like a fan and they all turn a vibrant shade of yellow come fall time.
Small tree with compound leaves. Leaflets are connected together at one point. Found in the parking lot of Brandywine Falls.
Larger leaf with a tall, rough tree. Leaf has 8-10 lobes, along with having a white-ish main vein. Found in eastern Brandywine falls.
Eastern part of Brandywine Falls. White on the bottom of the leaf. Rough bark. Compound Leaf.
Eastern part of Brandywine Falls. Smooth bark, serrated edges, with pointed tip. One main vein with many other veins. Not lobed.
Found in the Eastern part of Brandywine Falls near Stanford road. Rough and peeling bark. Barely lobed with a little bit of teeth. About 6 veins.