Nature in the Poconos

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This spider makes a ladder-type structure in its web.
This spider makes a ladder-type structure in its web.
Mother
Mother
Mother and fawn
Mother and fawn
Fawn feeding from mother
Fawn feeding from mother

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hiding very well in the grass
hiding very well in the grass

Fawn

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Fawn

Fawn

Fawn

Saint Andrew's Cross spider
Saint Andrew’s Cross spider

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Hummingbird Moth

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Feeds from the center of the flower, as does an actual hummingbird
Feeds from the center of the flower, as does an actual hummingbird

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succulent which spreads easily
succulent which spreads easily
Many tiny 'babies', called chicks lying at the base of the stalks
Many tiny ‘babies’, called chicks lying at the base of the stalks
The flower
The flower
black and whited striped (hard to see)
black and whited striped (hard to see)

Dragonfly

Chipmunk

Chipmunk

Chipmunk

Enjoy photos of some of the ‘critters’ in the Poconos, PA.

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