Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee

Fremont Wildlife Photos

This link to photos of Fremont will not continue to return the photos I'm seeing this afternoon, and I can't figure out how to make the link more permanent and repeatable. Someone has been out there shooing a lot of wildlife photos in the Alameda Creek and Coyote Hills areas. Some of the photos look like they may have been at Quarry Lakes as well. I didn't know there were turtles in Alameda Creek near the old rubber dam structures that are now being decommissioned and replaced with fish ladders to help restore the steelhead trout runs. And she saw deer at Coyote Hills, which I only rarely see at Quarry Lakes. But we do have pelicans and many of the other birds she photographed.

It's now late enough in the day that it's cooled down into the low 30sC, which means I still think it's warmer than I'd like, but enough to where I don't expect to fry if I go take a walk around the lake. And who knows what wildlife I'll see this evening.
Tags: wildlife

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