Updates from June 16, 2006
Fish don't get any better than this.
Date AddedJul 1, 2006
CameraPENTAX Optio WPi
This porcupine seemed to be feeding on the filamentous green algae that had accumulated around the tip of a fallen cedar sweeper on a classic piece of northwoods trout water.
Look at the hole in that thing's mouth... no wonder mergansers are a threat to trout.
These baby Canada geese are just beginning to grow their real feathers.
A two families of Canada geese flee our canoe.
This is the skin a brown drake dun shed when it molted into a spinner. Many of these were on the surface one afternoon, having been blown in after the flies molted on overhanging alders. They were our most noticeable sign of an intense brown drake hatch the previous night and a spinner fall to come.In this picture: Mayfly Species Ephemera simulans (Brown Drake).
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