Sunday, June 17, 2012

ODONATA SANCTUARY PHOTOS


THANKS TO LEONA FOR THESE PHOTOS FROM THE ODONATA SANCTUARY TOUR!
 Ginko tree






 
fan-shaped leaves of the Ginko tree

Peggy and Bil in front of large black willow
Black Willow branch
Black Willow tree
easier to identify when gone to seed this Virgin's Bower
Solomon's Seal past flowering
Bloodroot
Bill Bross was our guide
Narrow-leaved Cattails: the upper and lower parts of the spike are usually separated by a distinct gap
Nymphaea orderata is called Fragrant Water-lily (Peterson's Guide) and Sweet-scented Water-lily (Newcomb's)
Mailbox for Fishing Derby results
Don't go looking for translucent frogs! (Visitors are told to canoe out into the pond to see translucent frogs and then the fountain was turned on.  Guests got soaked and everyone laughs.)
Bedstraw and Evening Primrose
Fleabane
Sycamore tree
beautiful bark of the Sycamore tree
Taylor Pond - very deep
Ox-eye Daisy
Peacock
Goats
sheep
pig
Donkey

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