Bios 275:Elizabeth Knight:Isgrigg


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Bios 275:Elizabeth Knight:Isgrigg

  1. 1. Veto Lake Wildlife Area – North Bend State Park – Jacobs’ Farm
  2. 2.  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
  3. 3. Eastern Robin Great Blue Heron (Turdus migratorius) (Ardea herodias)
  4. 4. White Crappie Bluegill (Pomoxis annularis) (Lepomis macrochirus)
  5. 5. Mating Crane Flies Red-Winged Blackbird (Tipulidae) (Agelaius phoeniceus)
  6. 6. Groundhog White-Tailed Deer (Marmota manax) (Odocoilues virginianus)
  7. 7. Yellow-Legged Robber Fly Skimming Bluet (Dioctria linearis) (Enallagma geminatum)
  8. 8. Eastern Sweat Bee Gold-Backed Snipe Fly (Dialictus zephrum) (Chrysopilus thoracicus)
  9. 9. Damselfly Immature Katydid (Zygoptera) (Pterophylla camellifolia)
  10. 10. Eastern Red Bud American Sycamore (Cercis canadensis) (Platanus occidentalis)
  11. 11. Broadleaf Cattail Wild Blue Phlox (Typha latifolia) (Phlox divaricata)
  12. 12. Mayapple Japanese Honeysuckle (Podophyllum peltatum) (Lonicera japonica)
  13. 13. Hedge Mustard Daisy Fleabane (Sisymbrium officinale) (Erigon annus)
  14. 14. Yellow Sweet Clover Teasel (Melilotus officinalis) (Dipsacus sylvestris)
  15. 15. Waterlily Waterlilly (Nymphaea odorata) (Nymphaea odorata)
  16. 16.  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
  17. 17. Millipede Little Black Ant (Diplopoda) (Monomorium minimum)
  18. 18. Eastern Grey Squirrel Canada Goose (Sciurus carolinensis) (Branta canadensis)
  19. 19. Eastern Tent Caterpillar Tadpole (Malacosoma americanum) (Classification unknown)
  20. 20. American Beaver Eastern Robin (Castor canadensis) (Turdus migratorius)
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. Bluet Golden Ragwort (Houstonia) (Senecio aureus)
  23. 23. White Pine Gill-Over-The-Ground (Pinus Strobus) (Glechoma hederacea)
  24. 24. Ohio Buckeye Dagger Fern (Aesculus glabra) (Polystichum acrostichoides )
  25. 25. Star-of-Bethlehem Black Cherry (Ornithogalum narbonense) (Prunus serotina)
  26. 26. Ground-Pine Wood sorrel (Lycopodium clavatum) (Oxalis)
  27. 27.  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
  28. 28. Least Skipper Crane Fly (Ancyloxypha numitor) (Tipulidae)
  29. 29. Cabbage White Meadow Spittle Bug (Artogeia rapae) (Philaenus spumarius)
  30. 30. Pilateated Woodpecker Eastern Box Turtle (Hylatomas pileatus) (Terrapene carolina carolina)
  31. 31. Eastern Robin’s Nest Eastern Robin (Holdren Red Apple Tree) (Turdus migratorius)
  32. 32. Deer Fly Orb Weaver (Chrysops) (Araneus)
  33. 33. Low-Flying Amber-Wing Satyr or Wood Nymph (Perithemis tenera) (Satyridae)
  34. 34. White Oak Virginia Creeper (Quercus alba) (Parthenocissus quinquefolia)
  35. 35. Common Milkweed Yarrow (Asclepias syriaca) (Achillea millefolium)
  36. 36. Orchardgrass Red Clover (Dactylis glomerata) (Trifolium pratense)
  37. 37. Blackberry Wild Rose (Rubus allegheniensis) (Rosa acicularis)
  38. 38. Dock–Perhaps Curly Poison Ivy (Rumex) (Rhus radicans)