Category Archives: Fauna
When I visited MacLeod Field on this past Sunday I had insects on the mind and as you saw had an enjoyable time chasing the Silver-bordered Fritillary. But prior to that I was chasing a small moth when I saw … Continue reading
Sure looks like that’s what he’s thinking. Flies for Frogs Universal said my order had shipped but apparently not in time for this little guy. Bummer!
A little early taste of Frog Friday. I’ve a cutie for tomorrow. In flower photography there is a technique called shoot through, iow using a leaf, grass, or some other object out of focus in the foreground to give a … Continue reading
It’s been a long week here at SGNP. I found a tick on me last Friday and got some doxycycline to be safe. Guess that I am now allergic to it. Face got all tingly and the advice is to … Continue reading
We lost power for the better part of the day and once it came back there were so many things waiting to be done that I almost didn’t make a post. After the last couple of Frog Friday posts this … Continue reading
Visiting Moosehorn Pond this past Saturday, I felt that I had struck out looking for the little green guys. I did find all those nice lily pads with their water drops, but I am always looking for frogs. I gave … Continue reading
While looking for froggies for FFs to come, I saw this handsome Great Blue Heron across a pond, possibly Brickyard Pond, along the Norwottuck Rail Trail. Great Blue Heron- Ardea herodias I liked the pose but thought a little farther … Continue reading
I bet those long toes could use a pedicure as well.
The bullfrogs are back in healthy numbers in Poor Farm Swamp. Most were not in a good position for photography, lounging under the shrubs and grasses that grow along the banks of the ponds but all the mating sounds were … Continue reading