A native plant that is blooming early... perfect for hummingbirds!
Remnents of a very large, probably Oak tree.
This is usually under the water at Middle Pond. The goal of draining the pond is to control the Widgen grass with natural methods, reducing the need of chemical use.
Fiddler Crabs scurry along the bank as we walk by them.
Standing on the South dike at Woods Pond looking toward Goat Island Place.
A perfect day.
From the North West corner of Woods Pond.
I wonder what Bruce is saying???
Pine in "bloom"
Bruce teaches us about the Fiddler Crab..
!. It pinches, so watch how you hold it! 2. The Males wave that big claw to attract females. to their burrows in the spring and summer. 3. The dark color helps the crab blend into the mud.
Middle Pond, drained.
Bruce is a great teacher!
Find the bird!
The top of a "Rice Gate"
A very old, but very effective way to control the movement of water during tidal changes.
Middle Pond, drained for maintence
Don't get pinched!
Shore birds look for food at Middle Pond.
A tri-colored Heron stands in the low middle part of the photo.
Standing on the West dike at Woods Pond.
Low Country Beauty.