visiting Rudbeckia hirta flower
on dead trunk of small Prunus
eating under bird feeder
Tall grass in highway right-of-way
Thuidium, I think. Growing on soil under sparse canopy of Juniperus virginiana
Growing on soil. I was thinking either Brachythecium or Eurhynchium, but I'm not even positive about the family. No capsules present. Leaves don't look plicate. Two photos are of the alar region (the best I could find), and another of cells near the midrib.
Forest habitat, on a steep incline. Tracks were pretty recent, but the snow turned to rain and was beginning to melt them. Human handprint for comparison.
found active indoors, inside temp~73 F, outside temp ~ 61 F
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