Monday, August 28, 2017

Northeastern Wisconsin

Queen Anne's Lace

For the last three and a half weeks we have been based in Green Bay, parking at Celebration Church.  We have been visiting with friends we weren't able to see in May and Ty has been volunteering at Church doing landscaping work. In between he comes to get the camera to photograph a flower, bug, tree frog or bird.
Thin-legged Wolf Spider

Virginia Rail

We took some side trips to the West Bay Shore and out to Lake Michigan.  Plus the usual stop at Horicon Marsh on the way north.
Pied-billed Grebe mom with two young in tow

American Bittern tries to hide

Red-tailed hawk watches Ty work the gardens

Ruby Metalhawk

American Goldfinch on Chicory 

Leopard Frog

Water Lily

Digger Bee full of pollen

Intricate Eye Pattern of Gray Tree Frog

The whole frog 

Blister Beetle - do not touch this one

Cardinal Flower

Female Am. Goldfinch on Bull Thistle

Bold Jumping Spider on RV

We had a beautiful sunset almost every night from the top of the hill at church.
Slimy Gomphidius 

Crowned Clavaria

Indian Pipe - a new look

We spent four days at Potawatomi State Park near Sturgeon Bay, this is looking across the bay to the old stone quarry.

American Redstart

Black Squirrel 

Hornet Nest

Bald-faced Hornet


Red-eyed Vireo

One more stop at Madison before we head north to Lake Superior,  fall migration and foliage should  be at it's Autumn peak.  Then we will be heading to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, south through the states to winter in Florida.

Enjoying all of God's creation along the way.
Love & Prayers,
Ty & Ida Baumann

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