After now having a spot filled with breeding frogs, I headed out in the hopes of filming the toads calling. Before I even started, however, my tripod broke where my camera was suppose to screw into leaving me to have to film with my rather unsteady hand. I had gotten there before night fall so there were no toads calling. While there were no toads I was still delighted over the large amount of wildlife the wetland held. There was a young White-Tailed Deer, which I think was the creature in the dark the previous night. There were also Great Blue Herons and Kingfishers hunting for food. As night fell, I managed to get some shots and video of toads calling. Staying there so late I missed the bus yet again and had to walk home. It was only drizzling a little and I kept dry in my chest waiters and my raincoat. My camera was around my neck in a plastic bag and then tucked into my chest waiters to keep dry. This did not work however as when I got home my camera would no longer start due to water damage.
I'm Mac Marzolini and I created this blog for a variety of reasons, the first of course is to open a window into what is happening in my life (cause my grandmother reads this), but also to help myself catalogue some of my favorite photos from my many adventures.