OSFN Photo Gallery

In an attempt to revive this segment of the OSFN website, I am going to try to post one photo per day.  Hopefully this solution will be temporary.

(Click on image to see an enlarged version (sometimes) ).  IDs of flora and fauna are subject to verification. Submit photos with info to bill.mosesos@gmail.com

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Posted:November 23, 2015

What: Morning Reflections

When and where: Late October 2005, Lake Charles

Photographer:  John Dickson

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Posted:November 23, 2015

What: Stony Keppel

When and where: Late October 2005, Keppel Township

Photographer:  John Dickson

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Posted:November 23, 2015

What: Trail of Wonder

When and where: Late October 2005, Keppel Township

Photographer:  John Dickson

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Posted:October 13, 2015

What: buckbean (Menyanthes trifoliata).

When and where: May 29, 2014.  Rankin River north of old bridge, taken from kayak.

Photographer:  Bill Moses

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Posted:October 11, 2015

What: silver maple (Acer saccharinum)

When and where: October 4, 2015.  Grey County along Concession 19 between Grey Road 7 and 13 where the bridge crosses the Beaver River. (The bridge is currently closed for repair.)

Photographer:  Bert Reket (website)

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Posted:October 9, 2015

What: American elm (Ulmus americanus)

When and where:  October 7, 2015, Con 10 RD Meaford 1.4 km south of 8th St E Owen Sound.   Our three native elms, American, rock and slippery (or red) each have a classic shape.  The American elm is the one thst is the most familiar.

Photographer:  Bill Moses

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Posted:October 7, 2015

What: American elm (Ulmus americanus)

When and where:  October 7, 2015, My laneway Con 10 RD Meaford 1.4 km south of 8th St E Owen Sound.   Our three native elms, American, rock and slippery (or red) are most easily distinguished by examining their winter buds (for me at least).  Amaze your friends the next time you see an elm in winter!  If you are having trouble, just say American

Photographer:  Bill Moses

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Posted:September 28, 2015

What: rock elm (Ulmus thomasii)

When and where:  September 24, 2015, Inglis Falls Arboretum.  Seed is from a tree on 10th Conc. Meaford  somewhat north of the Derry line.  Our three native elms, American, rock and slippery (or red) are most easily distinguished by examining their winter buds (for me at least).

Photographer:  Bill Moses

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Posted:September 25, 2015

What: slippery elm (Ulmus rubra)

When and where:  September 24, 2015, Inglis Falls Arboretum.  Seed is from a tree on Bruce Trail just south of Superior Street (Owen Sound).  Our three native elms, American, rock and slippery (or red) are most easily distinguished by examining their winter buds (for me at least).

Photographer:  Bill Moses

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Posted:September 24, 2015

What:  large cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)

When and where:  September 20, 2015, Rankin River north of old bridge on left hand side (from kayak).

Photographer:  Bill Moses

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Queen Snake (Ryan Lauzon photo)

Posted:September 23, 2015

What:  queen  snake (Regina septemvittata)

When and where:  August 22, 2015, Bruce Peninsula National Park

Photographer:  Ryan Lauzon

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