Category Archives: Photo Blog

Nocturnal Research

Inga and I were fortunate enough to join the DVOC in visiting one of Scott Weidensaul’s Northern Saw-whet Owl banding stations. The particular station is located near Wayne, Pennsylvania, along the Kittatinny Ridge. Jim Logan Jr. was the lead bander, … Continue reading

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Whatchalookinat!?

mouthful-o-berries Originally uploaded by Jeff’s Digiscoped Wildlife pics. And now for something completely insane… My buddy Jeff Bouton just lead an 8-day digiscoping trip to Panama. His photos are not only gorgeous, but they’re a reminder that we should be … Continue reading

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Chrysanthemum leucanthemum (Oxe-eye Daisy) Originally uploaded by woodcreeper.

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The Nor’easter Cameth

The rain has finally subsided and the water has dropped throughout the forest, which is good, considering the usually tranquil (read “usually dry”) Spooky Brook was sporting some class 4 rapids early this morning. The trail that runs through Hutcheson Memorial … Continue reading

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Interestingness

RunForTheWoods_58 Originally uploaded by woodcreeper. Last Saturday… I was photographing our annual Run For The Woods fundraiser at the Frank G. Helyar Woods (part of the Rutgers Gardens). I love this guy’s display of school spirit! If you can’t read … Continue reading

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