271 Photos - Jan 7, 2011
Photo: Photo: Photo: AfterglowPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: New moonPhoto: Ice collage, Concord RiverPhoto: Photo: Photo: Ganoderma lucidumPhoto: River birchesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Ice turtlePhoto: Icy forest poolsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Bird printPhoto: Frozen riverPhoto: Snowy dike trailPhoto: Photo: Photo: Jan. walkers, 1.15.11Photo: SunsetPhoto: WalkersPhoto: Swamp sparrowPhoto: Snowy poplarsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Clouds rush inPhoto: Photo: Photo: Frozen riverPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Little rodent trailPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Lotuses and lightPhoto: Photo: ForagingPhoto: Little rodent trailPhoto: Share the trail - skiers, snowshoers, and coyotesPhoto: My morning adventurePhoto: Photo: Photo: Enjoy the 2011 seasonal highlights at Great Meadows NWR in Concord, MA.

All photos © Cherrie A. Corey 2011 and may not be reproduced without permission.Photo: Heavenly lightPhoto: Photo: Cattail glowPhoto: Sunset underfootPhoto: Cattail glowPhoto: Cattail silhouettesPhoto: Photo: Coyote ice trailsPhoto: Coyote ice trails on the riverPhoto: Winter photo forayersPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Great Meadows Foray - Flowing heartPhoto: Photographers at the spillwayPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Bluebird, 2.18.11Photo: River Birch, 2.21.11Photo: Etched trees, 2.27.11Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Beaver LodgePhoto: Flooded beaver lodgePhoto: Francesca photographs rosehipsPhoto: Photo: Abandoned beaver lodgePhoto: Photo: Photo: Black willow at outletPhoto: Elderberry silhouettePhoto: Photo: Photo: Deep winter sunsetPhoto: Deep winter sunsetPhoto: Running vole, by Anne WhitakerPhoto: Thaw begins, 3.3.11Photo: Evening glowPhoto: Photo: Car fire smoke from Rte. 128Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Common pussywillow, 3.6.11Photo: Photo: Sorting hatPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Spring flood, 3.10.11Photo: Photo: Photo: Spring thaw, 3.12.11Photo: Branches claspingPhoto: Bay Path trailPhoto: Photo: Photo foray - Nancy and RolandPhoto: Together (trees)Photo: Larry in high waterPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Ice out time, gulls returnPhoto: Beaver lodge channelPhoto: Photo: Photo: Anne wading out, 3.13.11Photo: Photo: High water, 3.17.11Photo: Photo: Photo: Silky/Swamp Dogwood stemsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Fresh beaver chewPhoto: Three bald eaglesPhoto: Bald eaglesPhoto: Photo: Spring tributesPhoto: Bald eagles fishingPhoto: Photo: Redwing blackbirdPhoto: Lotus pod abstractPhoto: American lotus podsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Invasive overwhelmPhoto: Silver maplePhoto: Canada geesePhoto: Song sparrowPhoto: Purple loosestrifePhoto: RocksPhoto: Skunk cabbagePhoto: Skunk cabbagePhoto: Skunk cabbagePhoto: Skunk cabbagePhoto: April Fool's!Photo: Freezing rain on silky dogwood stemsPhoto: Photo: Man and muskratPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Canada goose tracksPhoto: Photo: GreenbrierPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Frosted maple surprisePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Speckled alderPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Silver maple - female flowers and icePhoto: Turbulent skyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Young red-tailed hawkPhoto: Photo: Speckled alder, mature male flowers 4.8.11Photo: Sweet gale, male flowersPhoto: Silver maple, female flowers 4.11.11Photo: Muskrat groomingPhoto: 4.11.11Photo: Snapper at Borden PondPhoto: Speckled alderPhoto: Female willow catkinsPhoto: Turtle bait traps used Blanding's Turtle conservation projectPhoto: Skunk cabbage leaves, 4.26.11Photo: Wood anemone (Anemone quinquefolia), 5.3.11Photo: Common blue violet (Viola sororia)Photo: Common blue violetPhoto: Interrupted fernPhoto: Tall meadow-rue leavesPhoto: Shagbark hickoryPhoto: Polypody fernPhoto: Polypody fern with soriPhoto: Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica), male ash flowersPhoto: Shadbush (Amelanchier sp.), 5.3.11Photo: Highbush blueberry budsPhoto: Red-bellied old timerPhoto: Photo: Photo: Dryad's saddle (Polyporus squamosus)Photo: Deer-tongue grassPhoto: Sunset on the riverPhoto: Spring forms and colorsPhoto: Marsh wrenPhoto: Crab apple blossomsPhoto: Sweet galePhoto: Bog violet (V. lanceolata), by Nancy HartlePhoto: Marsh horsetail (Equisetum palustre), 5.21.11Photo: First warm stroll on the Dike Trail, late afternoonPhoto: Watching ospreys fishingPhoto: Love is in the air for Northern water snakesPhoto: Mating - male is the smaller, wrapped around his matePhoto: Young blue vervain leavesPhoto: Buttonbush and poison ivyPhoto: Photo: Dusky glow on the riverPhoto: Sunset highlightsPhoto: Photo: Autumn olive blossoms in dusky lightPhoto: Bog violet (Viola lanceolata)Photo: Buttonbush leaves emergingPhoto: Spring lightPhoto: Photo: Swamp azalea, 6.12.11Photo: Tufted loosestrife, 5.28.11Photo: Green frogPhoto: Tufted loosestrife, 5.29.11Photo: Photo: Britton's Violet (Viola brittoniana)Photo: Britton's Violet (Viola brittoniana)Photo: Silver maples leafing outPhoto: Yellow flag irisPhoto: European spindletree flowersPhoto: Ox-eye daisyPhoto: Shagbark hickoryPhoto: Hammock spider webPhoto: Dogbane (Apocynum cannabinum)Photo: Swamp dogwood (Cornus ammonum), 6.21.11Photo: Common milkweedPhoto: Common skullcap (Scutellaria epilobiifolia)Photo: Cattail flowers (male top, female bottom)Photo: Cattail flowers (male top, female bottom)