The Fall

Though we are past peak fall colors, there’s still great photos to be had throughout our 84 acre campus. And, there are birds migrating¬†through as well as resident birds to¬†be seen and photographed.

 

a foggy morning in the Wetlands.
A foggy morning in the Wetlands.

 

Ironwood, or hop hornbeam, in Catch the Wind.
Ironwood, or hop hornbeam, in Catch the Wind.

 

A closer look at the ironwood's leaves.
A closer look at the ironwood’s leaves.

 

On the far side of the Wetlands.
On the far side of the Wetlands.

 

These last remain leaves should fall with the next windy day.
The last remaining leaves on this tree should fall with the next windy day.

 

The view from the end of the boardwalk.
The view from the end of the boardwalk.

 

And, for a couple of birds, one that you might see, another that you’ll probably see.

 

This bald eagle flew over our airspace on October 31, just before noon.
This bald eagle flew over our airspace on October 31, just before noon.

 

Look carefully beneath the boardwalk.
Look carefully beneath the boardwalk.

 

Our resident great blue heron likes to fish under the boards.
Our resident great blue heron likes to fish under the boards.

 

Till next time…

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