Saturday, March 31, 2012

Field Notes and Photos - March 2012

Spring came early in March 2012 and most flowers were done blooming by April first. Migratory birds did not appear much earlier than in past years however, as different facets of nature stayed on a steady track. A bone dry February was followed up with a rainy weather pattern in March that brought relief to the landscape. Whether it be the return of butterflies, termites hatching, flowers blooming or snakes coling - I remain a fascinated wildlife observer and am glad to share these images with blog followers.

Beautiful butterfly on pink flower

This is known as a wild azalea

White-winged termites hatching on old stump

Canebreak rattler coiled in the leaf litter
Close-up of a luna moth
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