Exploring Wolf Creek with Amos and Eva at Letchworth State Park.
Exploring Gibbonsville in Letchworth State Park with Amos and Eva.
In late August, I joined a night kayak to the Cockspur Island lighthouse as a storm rolled by northward, probably near Hilton Head Island.
A juvenile rat snake (Pantherophis obsoletus) found at the Historic Ogeechee Canal. The Savannah River Ecology Laboratory reports that the Yellow Rat Snake is the common subspecies found in Coastal Georgia (P. obsoletus quadrivittata), whereas the Grey Rat Snake (P. obsoletus spilotes) is found inland. I’ve found a couple of adult Yellow Rat Snakes on Armstrong State University’s campus, but clear identification of juveniles is more difficult.
This individual had been constricting a green anole (Anolis carolinensis) when I encountered it, but release its large prey item when Amos began to investigate.
Free swimming polychaetes (bristle worms) littered the surf at Tybee Island in April 2015. I guessed that they were depositing eggs.
Members and volunteers of the San Vito Bird Club band and take measures of mist-netted birds they’ve caught at Finca Cantaros in 2013.
A non-native banana (Musa rosacea) found along and in stream beds at Las Cruces Biological Station.
Too cold for a little chiweinie at Letchworth State Park.