Roger Bowgen observed two terrapins one month apart. The specimens were seen approximately 10' offshore. The first was in June during high tide and the second in July during the incoming tide.
We saw this little girl in your backyard woods. She has made a wonderful series of holes in a dead tree. She has been out there for over an hour so far today.
Sue Baker found the remains of a terrapin in the woods at the northeast corner of Eagle Pond.
Peter Linderoth, of the Bruce Museum, observed a live juvenile at the water’s edge between the Innis Arden Cottage and the gatehouse. Date and location approximate (Summer 2011).
Naturalist Max Barresi, viewed a live hatchling in July of 2008 that a beach visitor brought to the Seaside Center in July of 2008, found near the north outflow of Eagle Pond. Location on map approximate.
Hard to tell exactly where I found it on map but it was on the Paradise Lane trail. I think it is Trillium Undulatum from what I have seen online but it seems a lot of pictures online are mislabeled so I'll look to the inat community for help on the id. There appear to be about four trillium in my area according to the Audubon field guide. Cernuum, erectum, grandiflorum and undulatum.
Varsha Vijay found it. It survived
Washed up on a rock in Ash Creek Estuary.
I came across thousands of them stuck together in the tide pools of Ash Creek estuary.
Found it next to the sidewalk in Ash Creek Estuary.
Found them growing on a rock in a tide pool in Ash Creek (The Connecticut coast of Long Island Sound.)
Found it running across a large rock at the water's edge on the Connecticut coast of Long Island Sound.
Found him on a wet pice of moss growing on a stump. This particular specimen was a lot more active than other tardigrades.
Somewhere along the Under Mountain Trail.
I thought this might be a Mouse Spider but looking at pictures I am thrown into doubt
At the laundromat
The moth book says it often frequents roadside puddles during the day. This one expanded to indoor shower puddles during the day!