I went out for a drive, crossed this old bridge and I revisited a spot I like to walk. I usually go to Silver Creek in the spring when the water is higher and rushing down the stream. Today it was a slow flow of water, speaking softly to the surrounding woods. I parked and went down the embankment to the one side of the old bridge.
Thanks for visiting!
The Turkey Buzzard is a scavenger and feeds almost exclusively on carrion. It finds its meals using its keen vision and sense of smell, flying low enough to detect the gasses produced by the beginnings of the process of decay in dead animals.
Natures natural road side cleaner!
Many more Camera Critters here!
- dark colour with a red dorsal stripe is more common in most areas; entirely red morph (erythristic) is rare
- only salamander in Ontario that is completely terrestrial
- because they are not dependent on water for breeding, the eggs being laid under rottern logs, they can live in woodlands without ponds
- most commonly found in eastern hardwood forests under logs and rocks or in damp leaf litter and rotten stumps
See more out door pictures at Outdoor Wednesday!
I have been working on my new business. I have managed the hell on earth called "Developing a Business Plan". I totally lost the summer by spending six weeks in front of my computer doing this and another few weeks in workshops on how to do it! I have learned about networking, have worked with the designer (my wonderful son) to develop my business cards, logo, pamphlets and an all new website (not quite completed). I have networking nights coming up and a trade show in early October. I have developed new material to use in my business and am still redoing all my powerpoint presentations. I miss blogging. I miss having the time to blog! And I miss reading all of your blogs. I will make an effort to come on here more often sometimes to post, sometimes just to read yours!