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Highlight for Album: Birds of Mantua Creek
 
Album: Birds of Mantua Creek
Last change: 11/05/2008
Contains: 8 items

Highlight for Album: Vultures
 
Album: Vultures
Last change: 12/15/2006
Contains: 4 items

Highlight for Album: Beavers
 
Album: Beavers
Last change: 11/05/2008
Contains: 7 items

A barred owl (Strix varia) slumbers on a rainy morning near Wenonah Lake.
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A barred owl (Strix varia) slumbers on a rainy morning near Wenonah Lake.

Two deer make an appearance at Hayes Avenue.
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Two deer make an appearance at Hayes Avenue.

Typical deer track.
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Typical deer track.

Raccoon tracks.
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Raccoon tracks.

One of a large variety of ferns to be found along the Mantua Creek Trail.
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One of a large variety of ferns to be found along the Mantua Creek Trail.

Touch-me-not  (Impatiens capensis)
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Touch-me-not (Impatiens capensis)

Trumpet creeper  (Campsis radicans)
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Trumpet creeper (Campsis radicans)

Shingle Oak trees growing in the conservation area along the railroad tracks.  Within New Jersey, this species exists naturally only in Wenonah!
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Shingle Oak trees growing in the conservation area along the railroad tracks. Within New Jersey, this species exists naturally only in Wenonah!

Close-up of Shingle Oak leaves (Quercus imbricaria)
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Close-up of Shingle Oak leaves (Quercus imbricaria)

Eastern milk snake  (Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum).  Eats rodents, birds, lizards, and other snakes.  (Thanks to Dave Firman for the ID.)
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Eastern milk snake (Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum). Eats rodents, birds, lizards, and other snakes. (Thanks to Dave Firman for the ID.)

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