Posts Tagged With: Cooper Marsh

Archemeda’s Favorite Nature Pictures (Baltimore Oriole)


This Baltimore Oriole’s picture was taken in Cooper Marsh

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Archemeda’s Favorite Nature Pictures (Chipmunk)


This chipmunk was so cute. Hopping around gathering food and nest building stuff, before disappearing into a hole in the walking path.  Taken at Cooper’s Marsh.

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Archemedas’s Favorite Nature Pictures (Peacefully Sharing Space)


 

2013-08-07 Park Of Rapids Bird Sanctuary Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2013-08-07 Park Of Rapids Bird Sanctuary
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

 

2012-05-03 Cooper Marsh Ontario, Canada

2012-05-03 Cooper Marsh
Ontario, Canada

 

2012-05-23 Park of Rapids Bird Sanctuary Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2012-05-23 Park of Rapids Bird Sanctuary
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

2013-09-30 Nuns Island bird Sanctuary Nuns Island, Quebec, Canada

2013-09-30 Nuns Island bird Sanctuary
Nuns Island, Quebec,
Canada

2015-05-23 Park of Rapids Bird Sanctuary Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2015-05-23 Park of Rapids Bird Sanctuary
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

2015-05-23 Park of Rapids Bird Sanctuary Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2015-05-23 Park of Rapids Bird Sanctuary
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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Archemedas’s Favorite Winter Pictures (Northern Cardinal Of Cooper Marsh)


The northern cardinal is a North American bird. It can be found in southern Canada, through the eastern United States. and  It is found in woodlands, gardens, shrub lands, and swamps.  Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014 in Ontario, Canada

The northern cardinal is a North American bird. It can be found in southern Canada, through the eastern United States.      The northern cardinal is found in woodlands, gardens, shrub lands, and swamps.
Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014
in Ontario, Canada

 

The northern cardinal is a mid-sized songbird with a body length of 21 cm (8.3 in). The male is a vibrant red, has a distinctive crest on the head and a mask on the face which is black. Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014 in Ontario, Canada

The northern cardinal is a mid-sized songbird with a body length of 21 cm (8.3 in). The male is a vibrant red, has a distinctive crest on the head and a mask on the face which is black.
Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014 in Ontario, Canada

The female is a dull red-brown shade, has distinctive crest on the head. The female’s mask is gray. Picture taken in park Bovin, on December 29, 2014

The female is a dull red-brown shade, has distinctive crest on the head. The female’s mask is gray.
Picture taken in park Bovin, on December 29, 2014

During the summer months, it shows preference for seeds that are easily husked, but is less selective during winter, when food is scarce. Northern cardinals will also consume insects and feed their young almost exclusively on insects Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014 in Ontario, Canada

During the summer months, it shows preference for seeds that are easily husked, but is less selective during winter, when food is scarce. Northern cardinals will also consume insects and feed their young almost exclusively on insects
Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014 in Ontario, Canada

It is believed that Northern Cardinals mate for life, but during winter, the male does not allow his mate to feed with him. With the return of spring we see the practice of mate-feeding when the male brings shucked sunflower seeds and other choice tidbits to the female and places them in her open mouth. Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014 in Ontario, Canada

It is believed that Northern Cardinals mate for life, but during winter, the male does not allow his mate to feed with him. With the return of spring we see the practice of mate-feeding when the male brings shucked sunflower seeds and other choice tidbits to the female and places them in her open mouth.
Picture taken in Cooper Marsh, on December 14, 2014 in Ontario, Canada

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Archemedas’s Favorite Nature Pictures (The Painted Turtle)


Painted Turtle The turtle's top shell is dark and smooth, without a ridge. Its skin is olive to black with red, orange, or yellow stripes on its extremities. The subspecies can be distinguished by their shells: the eastern has straight-aligned top shell segments; the midland has a large gray mark on the bottom shell; the southern has a red line on the top shell; the western has a red pattern on the bottom shell.

The turtle’s top shell is dark and smooth, without a ridge. Its skin is olive to black with red, orange, or yellow stripes on its extremities. The subspecies can be distinguished by their shells: the eastern has straight-aligned top shell segments; the midland has a large gray mark on the bottom shell; the southern has a red line on the top shell; the western has a red pattern on the bottom shell.

 

Although they are frequently consumed as eggs or hatchlings by rodents, canines, and snakes, the adult turtles' hard shells protect them from most predators.

Although they are frequently consumed as eggs or hatchlings by rodents, canines, and snakes, the adult turtles’ hard shells protect them from most predators.

The turtle eats aquatic vegetation, algae, and small water creatures including insects, crustaceans, and fish.

The turtle eats aquatic vegetation, algae, and small water creatures including insects, crustaceans, and fish.

 

Reliant on warmth from its surroundings, the painted turtle is active only during the day when it basks for hours on logs or rocks. During winter, the turtle hibernates, usually in the mud at the bottom of water bodies.

Reliant on warmth from its surroundings, the painted turtle is active only during the day when it basks for hours on logs or rocks. During winter, the turtle hibernates, usually in the mud at the bottom of water bodies.

 

The turtles mate in spring and autumn. Females dig nests on land and lay eggs between late spring and mid-summer. Hatched turtles grow until sexual maturity: 2–9 years for males, 6–16 for females.

The turtles mate in spring and autumn. Females dig nests on land and lay eggs between late spring and mid-summer. Hatched turtles grow until sexual maturity: 2–9 years for males, 6–16 for females.

The painted turtle is the most widespread native turtle of North America. It lives in slow-moving fresh waters, from southern Canada to Louisiana and northern Mexico, and from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

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Archemedas’s Favorite Nature Pictures (Adolescent Blue Jays of Cooper Marsh)


Adolescent Blue Jay  Cooper Marsh

Identification: Upper parts blue with distinct crest and white bars across the wing. Long, black barred tail, tipped white; under parts grey with prominent dark chin strap.

Adolescent Blue Jay  Cooper Marsh

Voice: Loud jay-jay \ Habitat: Parks, gardens, forests.

Adolescent Blue Jay  Cooper Marsh

Range: Eastern US and eastern and southern Canada.

Adolescent Blue Jay  Cooper Marsh

Diet: The bulk of the jay’s diet consists of fruits, nuts, grains and insects, but it is also known to feed on the eggs and young of other bids.

Adolescent Blue Jay  Cooper Marsh

Interesting Fact: Blue Jay’s feathers are not actually blue. The bright cobalt colour is the result of the unique inner structure of the feathers, which distort the reflection of light off the bird, making it look blue.

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The Blue Jay is a white-faced bird with a distinctive blue crest, back, wings and tail. A collar of black is often found around the throat and head, and bills, legs, feet and eyes are also black. The Blue Jay has a very heavy bill which is used to peck open a variety of nuts, acorns and cocoons.  

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Archemedas’s Favorite Nature Pictures (The World Just Below The Surface Water Of Your Pond, Or Marsh #1)


Things you could see in the world  just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh.

Things you could see in the world just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh, like the beautiful designs and colors, shapes and creatures seen in this picture.

Things you could see in the world  just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh.

Things you could see in the world just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh, like a field of underwater water plants and grasses that shelter and feed the inhabitants of that world.

Things you could see in the world  just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh.

Things you could see in the world just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh like two snails on a log.

Things you could see in the world  just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh.

Things you could see in the world just below the surface of the water in your pond, or marsh, like a pollywog.

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Archemedas’s Favorite Nature Pictures (The Bull Frog)


The Bull Frog

The Bull Frog

Bull Frog

Bull Frog

 

The Bull Frog

The Bull Frog

The Bull Frog

The Bull Frog

 

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Archemedas’s favorite Nature Pictures (Mourning Cloak Butterfly)


Mourning Cloak Butterfly

Mourning Cloak Butterfly

Mourning Cloak Butterfly

Mourning Cloak Butterfly

Mourning Cloak Butterfly

Mourning Cloak Butterfly

 

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Archemedas’s Favorite Nature Pictures (Chipmunks)


 

Chipmunk

Chipmunk

Chipmunk

Chipmunk

Chipmunk

Chipmunk

 

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