Tag: Campbell Road

Black Haw or Blackhaw

Black Haw or Blackhaw [Viburnum prunifolium] is a member of the Honeysuckle (Caprifoliaceae) family and was found off Campbell Road, Trout Lake on 29 June 2013. Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 302-303, says it blooms in spring and early summer in thickets and borders. USDA Plants Listing: Viburnum prunifolium

English Plantain or Narrowleaf Plantain

English Plantain or Narrowleaf Plantain¬†[Plantago lanceolata] is a member of the Plantain (Plantaginaceae) family and these photos were taken on Campbell Road, Trout Lake on 29 June 2013.¬† Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 398-399, says it blooms spring to fall and that it’s “a very common and troublesome weed of lawns and fields.” USDA Plants Listing: …

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Campbell Road – 23 June 2013

Campbell Road in Hermon, New York, near Trout Lake, on 23 June 2013. Unfortunately, I saw the remains of two other turtles off the road too.  This one was sunning himself in the afternoon.

Campbell Road & Trout Lake

Adventures with Laddie