American Black Ducks, birds, boulder, cattails, chipmunk, clouds, crow, daisy fleabane, flowers, frog, fungus, Granby Getaway Trail, Great Bear Springs, Ground Hog Lane, hybrid ducks, Lake Neatahwanta, Monarch butterfly, morning cloak butterfly, mushroom, North Bay, Oswego River, pine trees, trees, veery, waxing gibbous moon, white wood asters
I walked Great Bear Springs Trails twice this week. Thursday we got through the impassable part and Sunday we did not. We could not remember it raining in between those few days but there was definitely an increase in water. That is the fun part about rivers and streams — it may not rain where you are but water could flow to your area from a rain storm hours away. These are pictures of the passable days.
We don’t have the pretty fall colors yet but I enjoyed the nature walks and hope you do too. Hopefully, tonight we will have clear skies for the lunar eclipse/blood moon. (as always click to enlarge any photo)