Great Wildlife Photographed Along the Greenbelt


A great little bike ride this morning. School is open, so the Greenbelt is somewhat quieter. 11.29 miles today and some good wildlife photos. Enjoy them! Cheers and Keep Looking Up and look at what you’ll see!

Double Crested Cormorant
Just east of Les Bois Park along the river and by the bike path.

Mourning Dove and Double Crested Cormorant

Double Crested Cormorant
West of the Glenwood Bridge at the Boise River.

Double Crested Cormorant

Oprey
West of the Glenwood Bridge at the Boise River.

Osprey

Osprey and Cormorant
West of the Glenwood Bridge at the Boise River and in the same tree.

Beaver
Veterans Parkway and the Boise River, along the Sand Creek.

Beaver

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One comment

  1. Hey Bob!Well, it’s a little late to post on your blog, but I thought I would mention that the unidentifiable blue flower that someone thought was rush skeleton weed is chicory. My supervisor, Mary knew what it was with a short description. I said, “What is the plant that looks kind of like rush skeleton weed but has blue flowers.” She knew immediately what it was with only that description.Chicory is native to Europe. I can’t remember if it is on our noxious weed list or not, but the plants do have some useful properties.Cool beaver spotting!

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