With a remote camera, set to shoot when it detects motion, these geese were captured one recent morning. What a photo! And to think that the photo was taken with a cheap, battery-powered camera, tied to a tree. The real reason the camera is set up at this site is to try to capture a giant garter snake swimming along the bank side of this marsh complex. But in this case, it is just geese. Still, a nice photo.
We are so pleased to see one of the NBHCP’s “Covered Species,” the Burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia), back on Conservancy property! Going back 15 years, the owl used to be seen frequently on Conservancy mitigation lands. At the time, we documented too-common depredation of them by dogs from nearby residential… Continue Reading They’re back!