Thursday, June 11, 2009
These are a couple more shots that I got when visiting Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. One is a blue heron and the other is a deer standing in the marsh eating. My daughter, along with a couple other girls, have been wading the marshes and measuring the depth and taking a GPS reading to mark the spot. They have also been wading the marshes and searching for copperbelly water snakes. When the find one they catch it so it can be tagged and other vital statistics like weight, length, etc can be measured.