There are many photo opportunities here on our 84 acre campus. Here’s some of the things I ran into the past few weeks.
While at “Bird Viewing” in Catch the Wind, I noticed a young brown thrasher picking up discarded or spilled sunflower seeds below the feeders.
The inexperienced bird flew within ten feet of me and briefly posed for a photo (tip-sit quietly at the feeders).
Along with the thrasher and squirrel, an American robin was picking off worms in the moist soil below the feeders.
A walk through the Wetlands is a wise choice.
Keep an eye out for great blue and green herons.
There’s usually more than a handful of dragonfly species to see.
As you continue around the campus, you may run into a variety of animal life.
You may even see a dragonfly away from the water, like an eastern pondhawk.
So, what have you seen?