May 112017
 
Video - Wetland Spring Awakening.

What a difference two months can make ! Our last visit to John Bunker Sands Wetland Center in Seagoville was in early March – it was cold and the skies were overcast. Apart from Bald Eagles, Herons, and Egrets the only wildlife we saw was migratory waterfowl. The Eaglets had hatched a few days before

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Oct 142014
 
End of Summer Urban Wildlife Recap

Its been a busy summer. I didn’t get out as often as I would have liked—it seems real life kept getting in the way. A number of special projects I had in mind for this summer will have to be put off until next year. But that’s ok, in spite of the obstacles I did

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May 282014
 
Journal - A Walk Through LLELA

Insects were the order of the day on this early May walk through the Lewisville Lake Environmental learning Area (LLELA). In the late summer and early fall there will be an abundance of large grasshoppers of every kind in places like this, but in the spring it is the tiny grasshopper nymphs that foreshadow the

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Jun 062013
 
Dickcissel - Spring Meadow

A male Dickcissel vocalizing at John Bunker Sands in Seagoville, Texas. Observation Details County – Dallas City – Seagoville Date – Apr 28, 2013 Time of Day – Midmorning Temperature – Warm (70-89°F/21-32°C) Weather – Cloudy Habitat – Recreation-Park Type of Behavior – Vocalizing Gender – Male Maturity – Adult Observer – Chris Jackson Main

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