August 29, 2006
August 26, 2006
We went back for two more visits and Tigger was still there.
August 24, 2006
By the way, NEVER try to pick up a snapping turtle from the front. When they are on land they feel vulnerable and the will bite. Believe me it hurts.
If you need to move one off a road, approach from the rear and pick it up by its shell, never its tail, just behind the rear legs. You can support the turtle and not get bitten.
Be careful, they can turn around quickly.
August 22, 2006
All of the tomaotes are for commercial uses, ketchup, tomatoe sauce etc.
Food fight any one?
August 18, 2006
Last night a pair of Sandhill Cranes flew over, calling contunously to each other.
This was a first, we have sen them, and heard them but not at he same time. Amazing.
The day before we had six Sora Rails, a Green backed heron and a least bittern.
The day before that we saw thre least bitterns and a green heron along with all the other usual marsh birds, such as common yellow throat, swamp sparrow, marsh wren and various swallows.
August 17, 2006
August 15, 2006
August 11, 2006
These are corn snakes a common pet species.
August 03, 2006
August 01, 2006
Humidity was very high and the moisture was acting as a filter, softening everything.
Once I load the photos onto the computer I realized that I may have had condensation on the lens.
Air conditioning to high humidity and temperature, not good for electronics.
Sometimes unplanned photos can be interesting.