several were observed in the open park of the fen.
Pair at spring running into pond between parking area and open area of the fen.
Was a pair of Bald Eagles, probably mates.
It was captured and given to World bird sanctuary.
Growing on dead wood
Growing on rotten log
Seen in pile of logs from house repairs behind garage, under board with tunnels and pockets excavated in dirt below. Individual active at 18 deg F.
While at Lexington MO Civil War Battleground, Will and I observed several large geese chevrons flying south-south west over the high hill above the Missouri River. Birds numbered in sevetal hundred.
body length = 101 mm
tail length = 76 mm
hind foot = 20 mm
ear = 15 mm
caught in garage
Hatchling crossing the highway at the end of the afternoon. It was a mild December day, high of 61F.
Large colony of Hairy Lip Fern (Cheilanthes lanosa) growing on the lower levels of a rocky, wooded hillside near a stream in McDonald County, Missouri.
Purple-stem Cliffbrake growing on sheer limestone bluff.
Purple-stem Cliffbrake growing in oak-dominated upland savannah.
Scorpionfly, Camden Co., MO, Ha Ha Tonka SP, 2 OCT 2010
in back yard
swarming between 1 and 3 m above ground in yard, mostly males
captured inside house