It was cold out today -- maybe not by Adirondack standards, but definitely by southern swamp standards. But cold or not, we ventured out to see what might be about. Not a lot as it turned out. However, there were two cool finds of the day.
My find was this bit of bobcat scat on the walkway. Needless to say, it is all gathered up now and residing in a plastic cup awaiting proper dissection. I know Ellen will understand ;) A cursory appraisal revealed the jaw bones of several rodents and a bird beak. Once I get all the parts separated I'll have a go at trying to ID some of the critters what got et.
Treebeard's sharp eye spotted this well camouflaged potter wasp nest on the trunk of a pawpaw tree. Not sure which species crafted this particular pot. If I can find it again I will try to keep an eye on it and see when the wasp emerges.
They're predicting highs in the low 40s tomorrow. Please let them be right!!!