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Blue Jay, near Lake Reddington/Cash Lake causeway, South Tract,
Red-winged blackbird on edge of forest near Goose Pond, South Tract,
Mallard pair swimming on Cash Lake, South Tract,
Eastern Bluebird female in meadow at South Tract,
Hooded Merganser swimming in Lake Allen, North Tract,
Ring-necked Duck on Cash Lake, South Tract,
Ruddy Ducks in winter plumage, on Lake Reddington, South Tract,
Canada Geese on top of a beaver lodge at Merganser Pond, North Tract,
Juvenile Cooper's Hawk on top of the observation blind, Cash Lake, South Tract, ...
Eastern Towhee in woods near Cash Lake, South Tract,
Northern Mockingbird in sparsely-treed field, South Tract,
Common Cattail near causeway between Cash Lake and Lake Reddington, South ...
This and many more Barn Swallows were nesting under a bridge at
Lesser Scaup on Lake Allen, North Tract,
Gadwall on Lake Allen, North Tract,
Ring-necked Ducks on Lake Allen, North Tract,
We saw this frog at the National Wildlife Visitor Center near the
I found this turtle on the North Tract of the
Tree Swallow perching on top of a nest box at the South Tract,
Not sure if this is an American or London Planetree.
Also known as Ironwood or Musclewood.
This interesting looking American Beech Tree caught my eye.
The Virginia Pine has 2 needles, twisted.
Tract of the Patuxent
Society to the Patuxent
of the Patuxent
North Tract of the Patuxent
Spotted a small flock of Eastern bluebirds at a
trip to the North Tract of the Patuxent ...
Belted Kingfisher on the edge of Cash Lake, South Tract,
Forested roadside, along the road to Lake Allen. Taken at the North Tract.
Two Northern Pintail (and a Gadwall, I think) swimming in Lake Allen at the ...
While known for its "gum balls", the Sweetgum's branches are unique in that ...
I thought it was interesting that this tree was sprouting new leaves about eye ...
This Maryland goldenaster with yellow flowers blooms from July-October. It is ...
be able to see this wonderful pair of whooping cranes at the
The Tree Swallow (Tachycineta bicolor), is a migratory passerine bird that ...
It is a herbaceous annual or biennial plant growing to 60 cm tall. The leaves ...