I saw this goose in the park. After consulting with two experienced bird watchers, they both agreed this this goose was probably a hybrid. This goose also was feeding with some docile Canada geese. When I approached the hybrid goose it was not afraid and did not move away from me.
13 male mallard
~7-8 female mallard
These mallards were use to human feeding because they actually left the water and walked towards me and waited. They followed me further after I started to walk away.
I saw one pair of Canada Geese. One of the geese seemed to have had something stuck stuck in it's wing.
Planted by Dave Lewis in 2005
Clinging to a screen of a second story window. Observed there the previous day too.
I saw a brown butterfly that had folded wings. I don't know what specific type of skippers.
I saw a mink swim along my side of this pond and after a few minutes I saw it scurry back with a crayfish in its mouth.
- The American Mink marks its hunting territory with a fetid discharge from its anal glands
- Males mate with several females but eventually live with one.
- American Minks of both sexes are hostile to intruders
I noticed this rabbit ratting some plants or weeds and it showed no sign of fear or care when people walked by and when I stood up to talk to a man.
I saw these two raccoon on the side of Adam rd and Satterlee. The first photo shows that two raccoon died recently at or near this location. The farther carrion was harder to positively ID as a raccoon in the first photo and closer up. But I believe it was a raccoon.
I first saw this Egret on the other side of this pond. After about 30 min the egret fly over to my side of the pond. It was great to see this bird fly across the pond.
I saw 3 chipmunks at Riverside park. One came within 8 feet of me. I am wondering of this chipmunk has been hand feed before. It did not come right up to me, but it appeared to not care that I was setting near him.
I watched 3 water strider moving through the water. At one moment it appeared to be 2 fighting or mating.
I saw this dragonfly flying around the pond.