Lone Rock Point Visit 2

This week, the deciduous trees had either turned orange or lost their leaves.  However, the Northern White Cedars and other coniferous trees remained green.  Other than that, not much else was different among the flora in the area.  However, animal activity seemed lower.  I saw fewer squirrels and heard fewer birds.  The only species of bird that was still relatively abundant in the area was the Golden-crowned Kinglet.  However, I did see some signs that woodpeckers had been in the area, but I did not see or hear any that day.  I did not see any other signs that animals had been there such as scat or footprints, but I’m confident that squirrels and/or chipmunks had been in the area based on activity nearby.

Woodpecker Holes

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