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    Bios 275:Elizabeth Knight:Isgrigg Bios 275:Elizabeth Knight:Isgrigg Presentation Transcript

    • Veto Lake Wildlife Area – North Bend State Park – Jacobs’ Farm
    •  We live just 2.07  An archery range can miles from this be found near the ecosystem south shores of the  Catch and release lake fishing is permitted  I shot a bow and  We have good luck arrow here for the catching first time crappie, bluegill and  We spend A LOT of catfish here time here
    • Eastern Robin Great Blue Heron (Turdus migratorius) (Ardea herodias)
    • White Crappie Bluegill (Pomoxis annularis) (Lepomis macrochirus)
    • Mating Crane Flies Red-Winged Blackbird (Tipulidae) (Agelaius phoeniceus)
    • Groundhog White-Tailed Deer (Marmota manax) (Odocoilues virginianus)
    • Yellow-Legged Robber Fly Skimming Bluet (Dioctria linearis) (Enallagma geminatum)
    • Eastern Sweat Bee Gold-Backed Snipe Fly (Dialictus zephrum) (Chrysopilus thoracicus)
    • Damselfly Immature Katydid (Zygoptera) (Pterophylla camellifolia)
    • Eastern Red Bud American Sycamore (Cercis canadensis) (Platanus occidentalis)
    • Broadleaf Cattail Wild Blue Phlox (Typha latifolia) (Phlox divaricata)
    • Mayapple Japanese Honeysuckle (Podophyllum peltatum) (Lonicera japonica)
    • Hedge Mustard Daisy Fleabane (Sisymbrium officinale) (Erigon annus)
    • Yellow Sweet Clover Teasel (Melilotus officinalis) (Dipsacus sylvestris)
    • Waterlily Waterlilly (Nymphaea odorata) (Nymphaea odorata)
    •  North Bend State Park sits on 2,458 acres in Ritchie County, West Virginia  It is perhaps most famous for The North Bend Rail Trail, a 72 mile trail once used by CSX  It consists mostly of deciduous forest, however, a 300 acre lake has also been added  My husband and son took me here for Mother’s Day this year  I am especially fond of the nature and bike trail and look forward to spending more time here in the future
    • Millipede Little Black Ant (Diplopoda) (Monomorium minimum)
    • Eastern Grey Squirrel Canada Goose (Sciurus carolinensis) (Branta canadensis)
    • Eastern Tent Caterpillar Tadpole (Malacosoma americanum) (Classification unknown)
    • American Beaver Eastern Robin (Castor canadensis) (Turdus migratorius)
    • Eastern Chipmunk White-Tailed Deer (Tamias striatus) (Odocoilues virginianus)  We saw three deer on our way out of the park but I did not have my camera ready to take a shot  They looked rather sickly unlike the deer we see near Barlow  I included 14 shots of animals at Veto Lake to compensate for the lack of one here
    • Bluet Golden Ragwort (Houstonia) (Senecio aureus)
    • White Pine Gill-Over-The-Ground (Pinus Strobus) (Glechoma hederacea)
    • Ohio Buckeye Dagger Fern (Aesculus glabra) (Polystichum acrostichoides )
    • Star-of-Bethlehem Black Cherry (Ornithogalum narbonense) (Prunus serotina)
    • Ground-Pine Wood sorrel (Lycopodium clavatum) (Oxalis)
    •  Our friends have a large farm consisting of many different habitats, however, I focused on that of the fencerow  They are also extremely into watching and classifying birds and have several backyard bird feeders  Marv is a licensed bird bander and caught and let us handle a tit moss after I was done with my project work  Marv is a naturalist at heart and found and identified the somewhat rare spadefoot toad at their place some years ago
    • Least Skipper Crane Fly (Ancyloxypha numitor) (Tipulidae)
    • Cabbage White Meadow Spittle Bug (Artogeia rapae) (Philaenus spumarius)
    • Pilateated Woodpecker Eastern Box Turtle (Hylatomas pileatus) (Terrapene carolina carolina)
    • Eastern Robin’s Nest Eastern Robin (Holdren Red Apple Tree) (Turdus migratorius)
    • Deer Fly Orb Weaver (Chrysops) (Araneus)
    • Low-Flying Amber-Wing Satyr or Wood Nymph (Perithemis tenera) (Satyridae)
    • White Oak Virginia Creeper (Quercus alba) (Parthenocissus quinquefolia)
    • Common Milkweed Yarrow (Asclepias syriaca) (Achillea millefolium)
    • Orchardgrass Red Clover (Dactylis glomerata) (Trifolium pratense)
    • Blackberry Wild Rose (Rubus allegheniensis) (Rosa acicularis)
    • Dock–Perhaps Curly Poison Ivy (Rumex) (Rhus radicans)