Friday, June 20, 2014

Field Notes and Photos in Cashiers, N.C. - June 2014

This Red Dragonfly had plenty of company
A mid-June visit to Cashiers in Western North Carolina revealed that the cold winter had finally relinquished its grip. Cooler than normal temps were still evident in May in upper Jackson County, but by June a more temperate climate was back in charge. Afternoon thunderstorms underscored why the Cashiers area will average over 100-inches of rain per year. Of course, water fuels both flora and fauna to respond and I was able to witness a few of these to share with you.

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This Junco was likely near a nest

A Brown Water Snake - good snake

Get Outside to experience nature!

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