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Part two of , Pennsylvania. Besides the birds (seen in in part one, https://twng32.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/2931/), Nescopeck has a wide assortment of wildlife which includes groundhogs, black bears, red foxes, butterflies, frogs, dragonflies and much more. I haven’t found everything but here are a few examples of what can be found there.

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Millipede

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Eastern Tent Caterpillar

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Wildflowers

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Wildflowers

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Wildflowers

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Wildflowers

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Silver Orb Spider

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Nescopeck State Park

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Wildflowers

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Dragonfly

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Mushroom on a log

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Toad

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Water Lily

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Garter Snake

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Red-spotted Purple Butterfly

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Groundhog

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Chipmunk eating berries

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Rabbit

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Black Swallowtail Butterfly

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Nescopeck State Park

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Dragonfly

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Dragonfly

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Moth

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19 thoughts on “Nescopeck State Park, Part Two

    • Thank you! The chipmunk actually surprised me. I was looking for birds and the chipmunk was running through the trees and started eating the berries.

    • Thank you! It is really nice there. So many things to see. I think I barely scratched the surface. This was my first time there so many more visits are ahead.

  1. Hi twng32!
    Great photos! Your images are so impressive.
    If I can offer a thought…
    maybe get a book about insect and a book about flowers and label your photos! For instance, rather than a photo being uploaded to your blog with the label “dsc_0654.jpg), it becomes completely “searchable” if you change the name of the image to “wild-geranium” before you upload it to your blog site. (Keep the label to no more than five words separated by hyphens. Also, add a similar description to the “Alt” box for the image.)
    People “googling” for images of the insects and plants you have photographed will be glad to see your photos. With your copyright symbol on the images, they’ll contact you if they want to use them for some purpose.
    I’ve written about this in a guest post at Leanne Cole Photography:
    http://leannecolephotography.com/2014/06/17/up-for-discussion-seo-for-photographers-part-2/
    If you are at a botanic garden, take photos of the plant labels provided at the gardens to help you when you are back home and you want to use the name of the plant in a photo label!
    Your photos are worth the time and attention to this detail. And it does take a lot of time to find them in the books or online.
    Well done! And thanks for sharing you images!
    I have really enjoyed your last two posts!
    Mary

    • Thank you! Groundhogs are common in this area. I even have a few around the neighborhood. It’s always a treat seeing them as they are very shy. I would love to go to Paris one day.

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