|North Wetland -East Track|
Some different scenes of various hikes that we've taken so far. I put the shot of the east track into show you directly why hiking rail tracks is useful for the elevation. The elevation allows one to observe without being observed, and even in some cases is safer. It means you're not going to walk in on a four legged type unaware and startle both of you.
|Chickadee at the feeder.|
The Killdeers are on the River and in the wetlands. I'm not sure why I'm seeing so many of them. I expect it's just that this year I started off with the 150-500mm lens. They're hard to shoot as they're flighty. As I said earlier they're members of the plover family.
|Geeze, I lost my contact lens.|
The pine squirrels are harder to get now as there are more predators around. The tree fungus intrigues me for two reasons; the various grays and white in the photo, and the fact that nature never wastes anything.
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