Rock Creek Regional Park, Maryland
Not so long ago I put up some pics from Lake Frank. Rock Creek Regional Park is pretty much just across the road, and leads to Lake Needwood. I went up there a second time to have a look at the Rock Creek end of things.
There were deer all over the place, so I took a few pics.
And just to make this post as complex as possible, I am including a camoflage animal shot. Can you find it and name it? Answer photo is at the bottom of this post.
And now, if you have read this far, it is quiz time. A bird and a feather. What species do you think these are (from).
As no one has taken a stab at this feather, I will tell you it is from a northern flicker.
And, since you have been waiting, here is the close-up of the camoflage animal.
12/20/2018 07:14:11 am
Tropical bats are really cute and harmless. They often eat fruits and berries from trees that are near their habitat. They mean no harm to our pets and loved ones. They only go out at night by hordes which makes them look scary, but in reality they cannot do any harm. The only harm that these bats can cause are the depletion of the fruits and berries near the area because they can consume a lot of it in small time because of their large number.
6/2/2018 11:44:21 am
As far as I know, no, you can not hunt in the park. There are a number of special programs to control deer numbers but public hunting in parks is quite rare.
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Keith Christenson - Wildlife Biologist