Friday, May 6, 2016

Vermont Nature Photos

VT Natural Areas Photos

The beauty lies in the subject, not the photo. The camera entices us to observe. ~Bernie

South Burlington 
Yellow-banded Bumble Bee and other bees
Grapevine Moth 
Wheeler Nature Park (June)
Wheeler Nature Park (Aug),
Wheeler Nature Park (Oct) Strings of Color)10/4

Awasiwi Trail (Feb)
4/17 Awasiwi Trail SBFiNWalk #5
4/9 Awasiwi Trail SBFiNWalk #4 (located behind SBHS)
3/27 Underwood SBFiN Walk #2, #3(Easter walk. Includes a tale from Mrs. E. Bunny)

Red Rocks Park (Oct+March) 
National Trails Day: Red Rocks Park
4/30 Red Rocks SBFiNWalk #6

Centennial Brook (Feb 2015)
Centennial Brook (Feb 2013)
Centennial Brook (snowshoe walk-behind Kirby Rd)
UVM Centennial Woods Natural Area (March)

Snowshoeing behind BTV Airport (Feb.)

Dumont Park  (Oct and Dec 2014)

Think outside, no box required ~Sierra Club

Strings of Pearls  (nature art, scenic) Spider Webs

Backyard Flowers (by month)

Photos by Bernie Paquette (including postings above).

The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera      ~ Dorthea Lange

Amenities Descriptions

Red Rocks Park700 feet of Lake Champlain waterfront w/beach, 2.5 miles of trails, scenic overlook.
Wheeler Nature Park: 140 acres,  Trail Map
Underwood Park: 60.7 acres. 
Muddy Brook Wetland Reserve: 48.8 acres
Muddy Brook Natural Area: 27.5 acres
Winooski Gorge:
Centennial Woods Natural Area: 70 acres
Woodside Natural Area: 58 acres, 1.1 mile loop trail, good birding site.
Colchester Pond: 182 acre pond, 2 1/2 mile trail, good birding site.
Island Line Trail -BTV Bike Path/Colchester bike path/Causeway: 24.5 miles MapOther bike trails in Vermont.

Recommended resources
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