Last week's walk through the Dykeman Spring Nature Park focused on small wildflower portraits. On today's walk the focus was on small creatures met along the way. Unfortunately flowers are easy to capture; they stand still. Little critters are constantly on the move and a bit more difficult to to get them to sit still long enough for a portrait. Today's shots were all captured at long range.
|A baby Eastern Cottontail on the Dykeman Walking Trail|
|A Spring Azure butterfly in the Dykeman Spring wetland|
|A Mallard pair on the north duck pond|
|A Groundhog sentry on duty in the upland meadow|
© 2016 by A. Roy Hilbinger