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A cattail growing at Phinizy
Various subspecies and varieties of Pond Sliders perched on a dead log at
An abundant duck throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
Rambur's Forktail perched on a rock in
Juvenile female Rambur's Forktail at
Grows in large bushes. Releases fluffy white stuff that floats away in the wind.
Adult at Phinizy
Adult flying over reeds at Phinizy
Small little weed. I would like to know what it is.
Taken in Phinizy
Long stalks with fuzzy ends. Found in large quantities.
Adults and immatures perched in a dead Cypress tree at
A Great blue Heron perched at Phinizy
My sweet little puppy Eppie Sunshine on a hike at
An immature Cooper's Hawk perched in a tree at
A female Eastern Pondhawk with prey (Ebony Jewelwing) at
A common, but secretive member of the heron family inhabiting Southern wetlands ...
inhabit wetland areas - marshes and swamps.
Large, brown spider just chilling on the water.
Anyone know their Crawfish species? Devil, White River, Red
Previously a rare species here, they are now regular breeders in the area. ...
Female Yellow Warbler at Phinizy
Juvenile Great Blue Heron at Phinizy
Immature Little Blue Heron in flight at
Juvenile in first shot, female in second.
Small, dainty damselfly feeding voraciously on a smaller insect.
A common wader in the Southeast, this species only recently reached Augusta.
The bird is an immature Little Blue Heron
Two gorgeous drakes
A common plant found in open areas here.
A large, wading bird common in the Southeast.
An armadillo digging up insects on a warm Winter day.
A small, colorful duck common here in the Southeast throughout most of the ...
A common flower that grows throughout much of America.
A common wader in the Southeast.
A small, common and somewhat reclusive lizard found throughout much of the US.
A common flycatcher often found nesting on or under eaves.
A large, semiaquatic rodent inhabiting many wetlands across the Northern ...
Among the most common snakes here. Large, slender, and kinky.
A large beetle with a bold pattern on the back. What an odd bug! Quite alien.
Adult female Eastern Pondhawk with a Rambur's Forktail (Ischnura ramburii)