Saturday, September 27, 2008

Banner Marsh-East Access

Once more, Scott and I drove down to Banner Marsh, stopping at the northeastern most access area. We found many butterflies and bees around the youth pond, as well as a large assortment of frogs! Birds were rather scarce. We found Mute Swans, Mallard Ducks, Canada Geese, Killdeer, Catbird, Blue Jay, Starlings, and a Green Heron.

Mute Swan

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Monarch

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Mallard

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Sulphur Butterfly

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Viceroy

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Bumblebee on Pink Knotweed

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Gladiator Katydid

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Canada Geese Flying Over

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Painted Lady Butterfly in Bushy Asters

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Honeybee in Bushy Asters

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Frogs at the Youth Pond

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1 comment:

Gabbey said...

What awesome photos!! Banner Marsh is not too far from here. You have a definite talent. BTW. Thanks for the SparkGoodies. Believe it or not I have tried several times to send sparkGoodies and can't figure it out.. So I will just send a big THANK YOU for the encouragement.