Nature Walk: September 10-17

I conducted my nature walk at Hammond Pond Nature Reserve as well through parts of the Webster Conservation Era. I entered through the main gate of Hammond Pond closest to BC and crossed the T tracks into the much larger Webster Conservation Era. The weather was very nice and the temperature was around seventy degrees. It was sunny outside but the area I walked was primarily shaded. I encountered a variety of organisms ranging from duckweed growing on a stalled creek to bumble bee's pollinating flowers. I even encountered large growths of Nettles, Goldenrods, and even a small growth of Platterful Mushrooms. The most interesting thing about the walk was getting the opportunity to climb semi large rock formations and enjoy a beautiful afternoon outside.

Posted by thorbura thorbura, September 17, 2019 06:23

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What

Goldenrods Genus Solidago

Observer

thorbura

Date

September 16, 2019 03:39 PM EDT

Description

Located off a path in Hammond Pond.

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Nettles Genus Urtica

Observer

thorbura

Date

September 16, 2019 03:28 PM EDT

Description

Located amongst large group of the same species.

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Common Duckweed Lemna minor

Observer

thorbura

Date

September 16, 2019 03:41 PM EDT

Description

Still water in Hammond Pond Park.

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Common Eastern Bumble Bee Bombus impatiens

Observer

thorbura

Date

September 16, 2019 03:34 PM EDT

Description

Located among large group pollinating nearby flowers.

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What

Platterful Mushroom Megacollybia rodmanii

Observer

thorbura

Date

September 16, 2019 04:02 PM EDT

Description

Found among small growth of mushrooms off a path in Hammond Pond Reserve.

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