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   Here are some images from my life.   

A PDF of my current Resume' is here.  

Female woodcock flushed, did a feigned injury display, then resumed incubation within 15 minutes. The nest is among saplings at a small swale edge. The dried Red Maple leaves provide scale.

Woodcock nest, April 10, 2006, near "Blood Cemetery", Hollis, NH


Female woodcock setting four eggs very tight. Shot from on road with Nikon D70, 3000x2000 pixels; Nikkor 100-300mm Zoom f/11 125th sec, Bogen Tripod. Only center part of photo was used in this cropped image.

Woodcock incubating eggs, April 11, 2006, telephoto, tripod on the road, about 50 feet distant, Hollis, NH


Hairytail Mole, Parascalops breweri, found dead on snow Jan 26, 2004, Hollis, NH


Pine Barrens Treefrog, Hyla andersoni, at my cabin, New Lisbon, NJ


Mating Walking Sticks (Orthoptera, Phasmatidae) Hollis, NH, USA


Fruit Bat, Guangdong Province, Peoples Republic of China


Climbing fern, Lygodium palmatum, at my cabin, New Lisbon, New Jersey


Monarch Butterfly on New England Aster, New Hampshire USA


Tuberous Grass-Pink, New Hampshire USA


Karner Blue Butterfly on Lupine, Albany Pine Bush, New York USA


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