AOR. Imaged only. GTS 860.
DOR. Imaged only. GTS 858.
DOR. Imaged only. GTS 859.
In Macedonia Brook. Imaged only. Not cataloged.
In Macedonia Brook.
Dead on side of road.
This is the first time I've seen the male and female together at the feeder.
Another insect brought into the house via wood from the wood pile.
Crows used to be common here, but I hardly see or hear them any more, probably because of West Nile Virus. I had three in my front yard this morning. Not sure what they were after, but starlings went to the same spot after the crows left.
Found near garden at residential home. Imaged only by Ray Potter (sent to GTS for ID). GTS 1550.
Part of the neighborhood flock of turkeys.
Today is the first time I've seen the juncos trying to get the suet.
AOR. Imaged only. GTS 948. UTA DC 7330 (University of Texas at Arlington Digital Collection).
Saw this cool/dead grass while snowshoeing during the "blizzard"
Yesterday while snowshoeing with my brother in the Farmington Memorial Forest we stumbled upon these animal tracks and scat. One of the pieces of scat was inside of the track. Looked like a paw print, I guessed bobcat but we will see if anyone else can do a better job Identifying it.
The photo was taken with my flip phone so the resolution is not great.
Must have come in with some wood for the wood stove.
I think this is a female.
Just a few visitors in light flurries before the blizzard kicks in.
In Rob's driveway, two young bucks eating hostas. Scared off with WTD warning blow vocalizations.
Yellow-bellied sap sucker? The head looks like it, but they're missing a black chest shield. I think that this is the only time I've ever seen them at my feeder.