Monthly Archives: May 2017

Black-Bellied Whistling Duck
Black Bellied Whistling Duck.  Picture by Bob Belser

Picture Above by Bob Belser On May 20th 2017, a Black-bellied Whistling Duck was documented on Radnor Lake for the first time by Larry Hollon. Occasionally, Black-bellied Whistling Ducks wander from their breeding grounds during migration due to extreme weather or inexperience of migration. Within the United States, this species of whistling duck is typically found in Texas and Louisiana where marshes and swamps are plentiful. The Radnor Lake individual

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Please Do Not Disturb the Fawns
#1 Doe with Fawn on Lake by Charlie Tallent

Picture above by Charlie Tallent DO NOT DISTURB Have you seen a fawn on your hike or in your yard? White-tailed deer often protect their young from predators such as dogs or coyotes by hiding them in a variety of areas. The fawn is often left for periods of time by the doe(mother); this is normal. Regardless of what you have been told or heard, the mother is not dead or has not abandoned the fawn. The doe leaves the immediate area for up to several

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