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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Dec 092013
 
Journal - Exploring

Dateline – October 12, 2013 On occasion I go into the woods with no other purpose other that to just see what I can see. At these time I let serendipity lead the way, and I am almost always glad I did. I went on one such hike this past October. Most of this trip

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Oct 112013
 
Leaf-footed Bug - Green Grass

A male Eastern Leaf-footed Bug roaming through the tall grass at the Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA). Observation Details County – Denton City – Lewisville Date – Sep 14, 2013 Time of Day – Morning Temperature – Warm (70-89°F/21-32°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Undeveloped-Wooded Type of Behavior – Roaming Gender – Male Maturity

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Jun 242011
 
Leaf-footed Bug - Acrobat

A Leaf-footed Bug (likely Acanthocephala femorata) climbing on a holly. Observation Details County – Denton City – Carrollton Date – November 1, 2009 Time of Day – Noon Temperature – Warm (70-89°F/21-32°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Residential – Single Family Type of Behavior – Roaming Gender – Uncertain Maturity – Adult Observer – Chris

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