Pileated woodpecker, digging a nest hole?
A yellow-rumped warbler.
Masses of wood frog eggs.
And masses of spotted salamander eggs! All in a secret location...
...unless this looks familiar to you.
A rough cross-section of a sycamore's rings.
A mourning cloak butterfly enjoys the sap of a sugar maple (along with an ant).
The one brief glimpse it gave of the top of its wings.
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