405 Photos - Apr 16, 2008
Photo: Male pussywillow (Sallix discolor) 4.10Photo: Painted Turtle 4.15Photo: Carp at the gate, 4.17Photo: Blanding's Turtle, 4.17Photo: Male sweet gale flowers, Myrica gale, 4.20Photo: Shadbush (Amelanchier sp.) 5.6Photo: Shadbush (Amelanchier sp.),  5.4Photo: Shadbush 5.4Photo: Tree Swallow 5.6Photo: Red Osier Dogwood 5.6Photo: Black Alder 5.6Photo: Wild Onion 4.15Photo: Allium canadense 4.1Photo: Wild Oats 5.8Photo: Wild Oats 5.Photo: Interrupted Fern 5.6Photo: Viburnum dentatumPhoto: Sensitive Fern 5.6Photo: Rue Anenome 5.8Photo: Sweet Gale 5.Photo: Silver Maple SwampPhoto: Hickory Bud 5.4Photo: Young oak 5.4Photo: Swamp Azalea leaves 5.4Photo: Sweet Pepperbush 5.4Photo: Interrupted Fern 5.4Photo: Ironwood leaves 5.4Photo: Wild Strawberry 5.10Photo: Hayscented Ferns 5.10Photo: Hayscented Ferns, 5.14Photo: Sensitive Fern, 5.14Photo: Canada Geese family, 5.14Photo: Winter Cress, 5.14Photo: Wild Cucumber, 5.14Photo: Green glow, Concord River 5.14Photo: Silver Maple Swamp at twilightPhoto: Twilight, Concord River 5.14Photo: Poison Ivy, 5.14Photo: Poison Ivy, 5.14Photo: Amiable Great Blue Heron, 5.14Photo: Great Blue Heron, 5.14Photo: Great Blue, twilight flightPhoto: Arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum), 5.14Photo: MoneywortPhoto: American Elm 5.14.08Photo: Speckled Alder, Alnus incanaPhoto: MeadowsweetPhoto: Cuckoo Flower 5.14.08Photo: Green (or Red Ash) 5.14Photo: Fox Grape 5.14Photo: Highbush Blueberry 5.14Photo: Japanese Honeysuckle 5.15Photo: Plant Walk, 5.15Photo: Hickory (new leaves), 5.17Photo: Viola palmata var. triloba, 5.17Photo: Viola palmata var. triloba 5.17Photo: Three-lobed Violet, 5.17Photo: Dame's Rocket, 5.19Photo: Interrupted Fern, 5.19Photo: Cinnamon Fern, 5.19Photo: Wild Geraniums, 5.29Photo: Hayscented ferns, 5.29Photo: Canada Mayflower, 5.19Photo: Bristly Sarsaparilla, 5.19Photo: Bristly Sarsaparilla, 5.19Photo: Canada Mayflower, 5.29Photo: Mt. Ash, 5.19Photo: Mt. Ash, 5.19Photo: Wild Strawberry, 5.19Photo: Skunk Cabbage in stream bed, 5.19Photo: Looking north from RR bed trailPhoto: Oak 'apples', 5.29Photo: Ragged Robin 5.29Photo: False Indigo (Amorpha fruticosa) buds, 5.24Photo: False Indigo buds, 5.24Photo: Autumn Olive, 5.24Photo: Shadbush or Juneberry, 5.2Photo: Yellow Flag Iris, 5.24Photo: Glossy Buckthorn, 5.24Photo: Buttonbush leaves, 5.24Photo: Water Hemlock leaves, 5.24Photo: Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor)Photo: Baby Snapper 5.28Photo: Marsh Horsetail (Equisetum palustre) 5.17Photo: Broadleaf Arrowhead 5.17Photo: Arrowhead, 6.1Photo: Multiflora Rosa, 6.13Photo: Sweetbrier (Rosa eglanteria) 6.13Photo: Photo: False Indigo (Amorpha fruticosa), 6.13Photo: False Indigo, 6.13Photo: Duckweed mat, 6.13.08Photo: Smooth Buckthorn berriesPhoto: Arrowwood, 6.13.08Photo: Red Osier buds, 6.13.08Photo: Mullein buds, 6.113.08Photo: Meadowsweet buds, 6.13.08Photo: Cattail flower, 6.13.08Photo: Blue Toadflax, 6.13.08Photo: Winterberry flowers, 6.19Photo: Red Osier Dogwood and bee, 6.19Photo: Red Osier Dogwood, 6.19Photo: Daisy Fleabane, 6.13Photo: Daisy Fleabane, 6.19Photo: Common Milkweed buds, 6.13.08Photo: Milkweed flowers and Milkweed beetle, 6.19Photo: Rough Cinquefoil (Potentilla norvegica), 6.19Photo: Bindweed, 6.19Photo: Bindweed 6.19Photo: Summer green, 6.19Photo: Daisy Fleabane, 6.19Photo: Meadowsweet, 6.19Photo: Moneywort, 6.19Photo: Buttonbush buds, 6.19Photo: Poison Ivy, 6.19Photo: Poison Ivy, 6.19Photo: Elderberry flowers, 6.19Photo: Red Osier Dogwood flowers, 6.19Photo: Sp?Photo: Mallard babies, 6.19Photo: Great Blue Heron  6.19Photo: Plant walkers, 6.28Photo: Common Sow-thistle, 6.28Photo: Summer bouquetPhoto: Male and Female cattail flowers, 6.28Photo: Male Cattail flowerPhoto: Cattail flowers/ripened female & malePhoto: Smooth Hawksbeard, 6.28Photo: Smaller Hop Clover, 6.28Photo: Deadly Nighshade, 6.28Photo: Plant walk, 6.28Photo: Winterberry, male 6.28Photo: Black Willow 6.28Photo: Showy Tick-trefoil (Desmodium canadense), 6.28Photo: Rough-fruited Cinquefoil, 6.28Photo: Rough-fruited Cinquefoil, 6.28Photo: Swamp Candles, 6.30Photo: Swamp Candles, 6.30Photo: Yellow Cress, 6.30Photo: Rabbit's Foot Clover, 6.30Photo: Lady's Thumb, 6.30Photo: Lady's Thumb, 6.30Photo: Creeping Wood-sorrel, 6.30.08Photo: Poor-Man's-Pepper, 6.30Photo: White Sweet Clover, 6.30Photo: St. John's-wort, 6.30Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed, 6.20Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed, 6.30Photo: Monarch on Common Milkweed, 6.30Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed, 6.30Photo: DS Milkweed and Curled Dock, 6.30Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed, 7.20Photo: Water-pepper, 6.30Photo: Polygonum sp.Photo: Polygonum sp., 6.30Photo: Jewelweed, 6.30Photo: Poison Hemlock, 6.30Photo: Climbing False Buckwheat, 7.21Photo: Pale Smartweed, 7.21Photo: Pale Smartweed, 7.21Photo: Blue Vervain, 7.20Photo: Blue Vervain, 7.20Photo: Showy Tick-trefoil along dike, 7.20Photo: Showy Tick-trefoil, 7.20.08Photo: Common Milkweed pods, 7.20Photo: Curled Dock, 7.21Photo: Evening Primrose, 7.21Photo: American Lotus leaves, 7.20Photo: Lotus leaves and Duckweed, 7.20Photo: Dike trailPhoto: Adolescent Hangout, 7.20Photo: Summer channel, upper poolPhoto: Glossy Buckthorn berries, 7.20Photo: Pickerelweed, 7.20Photo: Wild Mint, 7.20Photo: Jewelweed, 7.20Photo: Jewelweed, 7.20Photo: Summer bouquet, Dike Trail 7.21Photo: White Vervain, 7.20Photo: White Vervain, 7.20Photo: River trail, 7.20Photo: Northern Crescent (female)? 7.21Photo: Joe Pye Weed buds, 7.20Photo: Lotus field, 7.2Photo: Buttonbush, 7.20Photo: Buttonbush, 7.20Photo: Buttonbush bud, 7.20Photo: Buttonbush in stages, 7.20Photo: Borden Pond, 7.20Photo: Rough Hedge-nettle, 7.21Photo: Horseweed flowers, 7.28Photo: Horseweed 7.28Photo: Blue Vervain 7.28Photo: Purple Loosestrife 7.28Photo: Galinsoga ciliata 7.28Photo: Great Blue Heron, 7.28Photo: Evening Primrose leaves, 7.28Photo: Evening Primrose plants, 7.28Photo: Photo: Pilewort leaves, 7.28Photo: Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris), 8.23Photo: Pilewort, 7.28Photo: Pilewort flowers, 7.28Photo: American Lotus series, Michael MiliciaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Introductions 8.23 (by McTague)Photo: Small White Aster 8.23Photo: Slender Gerardia, 8.25Photo: Plant Walk, 8.23 (by McTague)Photo: Arrow-leaved Tearthumb, 8.23 (by McTague)Photo: Arrow-leaved Tearthumb, 8.23 McTaguePhoto: Wild Rice 8.23Photo: Climbing False Buckwheat, 8.23 (by McTague)Photo: Wild Barley (Hordeum murinum L. ssp. leporinum) 8.23Photo: Wild Barley and Pale Smartweed, 8.23Photo: Sedge sp. 8.23Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed pods, 8.23Photo: Lower pool at sunset, 8.23Photo: Queen Anne's Lace, 8.23Photo: Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis)Photo: Cardinal FlowerPhoto: Cardinal Flower habitat, 9.5.07Photo: Looking SW from outletPhoto: Mossy rocksPhoto: Boletus sp., 8.25Photo: Spiderwort (Tradescantia sp.), 8.25Photo: Photo: Indian Pipes, 8.25Photo: Indian Pipes, 8.25Photo: Mushroom sp., 8.25Photo: Spotted Wntergreen, 8.25Photo: White Wood Aster, 8.25Photo: Pilewort seeds, 9.13Photo: Bittersweet, 9.9.08Photo: Sticktight, Nodding Bur-marigold, 9.9Photo: Sticktight, Nodding Bur-marigold, 9.9Photo: Sticktight, Nodding Bur-marigold, 9.9Photo: Sticktight, Nodding Bur-marigold, 9.9Photo: Elm-leaved Goldenrod, 9.13Photo: Photo: Canada Goldenrod, 9.13Photo: Early Goldenrod, 9.9Photo: Wild Cucumber, 9.9Photo: Slender Gerardia, 9.9.08Photo: Sticktight (Beggar Ticks), 9.9Photo: Evening Primrose, 9.9Photo: Evening Primrose seedheads, 9.9Photo: Evening Primrose, 9.9Photo: Upper pool after Hanna, 9.9Photo: Lower pool after Hanna, 9.9Photo: Greater Egrets, 9.9Photo: Bee in JewelweedPhoto: Fox Grape and Red Osier berries, 9.9Photo: Swamp/Silky Dogwood, 9.9Photo: Photo: Small White Aster, 9.9Photo: Photo: Photo: Concord GrapePhoto: Concord Grape (Vitis labrusca), 9.9Photo: Bittersweet, 9.9Photo: After Hanna, 9.9Photo: Small White Aster, 9.9Photo: Small White Aster, 9.9Photo: Bushy Aster, 9.13Photo: Panicled Aster, 9.13Photo: Panicled and Calico Asters, 9.13Photo: Blue-tipped Darner?, 9.13Photo: Attenuated Bluet?, 9.13Photo: Turtlehead (Chelone glabra) 9.13Photo: Turtlehead (Chelone glabra), 9.13Photo: Pink Turtleheads, 9.13Photo: Pink Turtlehead, 9.13Photo: Eastern Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpureus)Photo: European spindletree (Euonymus atropurpureus)Photo: Crabapple, 9.20Photo: Swamp Dodder (Cuscuta gronovii), 9.20Photo: Swamp Dodder, 9.20Photo: Slender Gerardia fruits, 9.20Photo: Bugleweed, 9.20Photo: Crabapple, 9.20Photo: Aster trandescanti, 9.20Photo: Buttonbush fruit, 9.20Photo: Poison Ivy, 9.20Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed, 9.20Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed pods, 9.20Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweek, 10.2Photo: False Nettle, 9.23Photo: Poison Ivy and Small White Aster, 9.23Photo: Lady's Thumb, 9.23Photo: Lady's Thumb, 9.22Photo: Eastern Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpureus)Photo: Eastern Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpureus)Photo: Black WillowPhoto: Beggar-ticks, 9.23Photo: Lamb's Quarters, 9.24Photo: Dusk 9.28Photo: After the storm, 9.28.08Photo: Clearing mist, 9.28.08Photo: Geese at sunset, 9.28Photo: Sp?Photo: River reflections, 10.2Photo: Black Gum, 10.17Photo: Black Gum (Nyssa sylvatica), 10.17Photo: Black Gum bark, 10.17Photo: Sassafrass, 10.17Photo: European spindletree (Euonymous atropurpurea), 10.17Photo: Winterberry (Ilex verticillata), 10.17Photo: Milkweed Aphids, 10.17Photo: Blue Beech, 10.17Photo: Punkataset Hill and upper pool, 11.8Photo: Red Oaks and Euonymus, 11.8Photo: Red and White Oaks, 11.8Photo: Poison Ivy berries, 11.8Photo: Winterberry, 11.8Photo: Poison Hemlock seed heads, 11.8Photo: Buttonbush seed heads, 11.8Photo: Evening Primrose pods, 11.8Photo: Evening Primrose podsPhoto: Primrose sillouhettesPhoto: Bittersweet, 11.8Photo: Bittersweet, 11.8Photo: Moneywort, 11.8Photo: Curly Dock leaves, 11.8Photo: MeadowsweetPhoto: Multiflora Rosehips, 11.8Photo: Glossy Buckthorn fruit, 11.8Photo: Silver Maple swampPhoto: Old Silver MaplesPhoto: Photo: Mossy maple trunkPhoto: Polypore sp. on Silver MaplePhoto: Photo: Photo: Turkey Tail fungusPhoto: WinterberryPhoto: Photo: Multiflora rosehips, Winterberry, and Red Osier stemsPhoto: River Birch, 11.15Photo: River Birch, 11.15Photo: Warm front fog, 11.15Photo: Photo: Crowded Parchment  (Sterum complicatum)?, 11.15Photo: Floodplain woodland canopy, 11.15Photo: Gray Birch, 11.15Photo: Ganoderma lucidumPhoto: Ganoderma lucidum on Silver Maple w PI vine, 11.17Photo: Photo: Silver Maple unwrapped, 11.18Photo: Silver Maple unwrapped with live limb, 11.18Photo: Unwrapped maple with rotting trunkPhoto: Silver Maple grandmother treePhoto: Grandmother tree's twisted trunkPhoto: Photo: Fungi windfallPhoto: Fungi colony on windfall, 11.17Photo: Stereum sp. on Silver MaplePhoto: Photo: Stereum sp., 11.18Photo: Windfall fungi colony, 11.17Photo: Trametes sp. on dead Silver Maple, 11.17.08Photo: False Turkey Tail (Stereum ostrea)?Photo: Stereum sp. (1 or 2?)Photo: Photo: Photo: Wood Ears and Stereum sp. on silver maple windfallPhoto: Two-toned Parchment (Laxitextum bicolor) on alder, 11.18Photo: Photo: 11.24Photo: 11.24Photo: 11.24Photo: Leaves in ice, 11.24Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Birch PolyporePhoto: Birch Polypore, 11.24Photo: Birch PolyporePhoto: Photo: Sweet Gale on ice, 11.24Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: First ice, 11.24Photo: Photo: Photo: Lotus pods 11.24Photo: Photo: Swans on ice, 11.24Photo: River Ice 1Photo: River Ice 2Photo: River ice 3Photo: River ice 4Photo: Icecycles, 11.24Photo: Photo: NestPhoto: Poor-man's-pepperPhoto: Slender Gerardia pods, 11.26Photo: Common Milkweed pods, 11.26Photo: Downy Swamp Milkweed podsPhoto: Downy Woodpecker working the weeds, 11.26Photo: Nest, 11.26Photo: Roots