Fawn River Critters

W hen you spend as much time outdoors as we do, you see an abundance of insects, fish & wildlife! This is one of the most exciting parts of the restoration work taking place on Fawn River. Each day brings new encounters and an opportunity to see, first-hand, all the life a river holds. Take a minute to view some of the photographs that have been captured and be sure to check back as we will continually add new photographs!

(Note: To learn more, click on the title above each image to be directed to more information.)

Spotted

Spider

Spotted July 11, 2013

White-tailed Deer

Spotted June 10, 2013

Spotted Gar

Spotted May 30, 2013

Largemouth Bass

Spotted April 16, 2013

Common Snapping Turtle

Spotted April 26, 2013

Dragonfly Larva

Spotted March 27, 2013

Crayfish or Crawdad

Spotted October 25, 2012

American Bullfrog

Spotted October 3, 2012

Praying Mantis

Spotted Sept 21, 2012

Spiny Softshell Turtle

Spotted July 3, 2012

Painted Turtle

Spotted March 14, 2012

Longear Sunfish

Spotted July 3, 2012


During the summer of 2012, comparative studies found 42 nests of Longear Sunfish in the restored areas and only 14 in unrestored areas.

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Longear Sunfish

Longear Sunfish

 

Northern Hogsucker

Spotted September 17, 2012

The Northern Hogsucker or as we prefer, Pugamoo, has been selected as the mascot for the restoration efforts on Fawn River, as they rely heavily on a gravel bottom and are intolerant of polluted and dirty water.

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Northern Hogsucker

Northern Hogsucker

 

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