Category Archives: Animal Behavior
Walking the gate roads of Quabbin requires a certain level of diligence to be sure not to step on red efts. Especially after a rain, they are almost as foolhardy with their existence as the earthworms that layabout the sidewalks … Continue reading
I don’t know whether frogs and toads can shape a smile or not, but they always look rather irritated. I had to guide this little American Toad out of Bentley’s circle of influence. I don’t think he would have tried … Continue reading
As promised, here is another shot of the preening heron a bit later as the fog began to dissipate..
Two of my happy places are Quabbin and in a fog (both physically and metaphysically). On this particular day, I was making images of Quabbin Tower and trees in fog.After that I turned to photograph some other trees and while … Continue reading
Lots of good April Fool’s stuff going around, but that’s not in my wheelhouse, as they say, so I’ll just post something more summery on this snowy, slushy April 1st. Turbinellus kauffmanii fka Gomphus kauffmanii fka Cantharellus kauffmanii-Kauffman’s Scaly Chantarelle … Continue reading