Sorry for the poor photo... didn't have my zoom lense.
I estimate the turtle had about a 12 to 14 inch carapace. It also had 2 ridges running dorsolaterally down each side of the carapace. That could be from an injury (?). I also recall it having a remarkably long neck. Not sure which species. ... will continue to try to ID it.
This species has blk and white stripes on its head and 4 were black. Front to back of cap. ..had a little yellow patch at the base of bill. Will upload photo later
Sorry for bad photo, but my best guess is a coopers hawk.
I don't know my irises or if this is a native species.
Black head and neck with patches on the face. Its body is brownish gray. 4 individuals
Green head and yellow beak. Grayish, black and green feathers that encompass its body. 1 individual
Brilliant red with a reddish bill and black face. 1 individual
Smaller than regular squirrels. Black. 1 individual
Black bird with straight tail. Two individuals.
Some river grasses in the Huron River.