Nature at Great Meadows in Concord
July 24, 2011
Joan Chasan photographed American lotus, buttonbush, a Canada goose, an eastern kingbird, a snapping turtle and a female wood duck at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Concord.
Snapping Turtles in Wayland
June 18, 2011
John Platt recorded this video of a pair of snapping turtles in Wayland.
Snapping Turtle in Wayland
June 19, 2011
Craig Smith photographed this snapping turtle crossing Pelham Island Road in Wayland.
Nesting Snapping Turtles at SVT's Memorial Forest in Sudbury
June 8, 2011
Chris Renna recorded this video of two nesting snapping turtles at SVT's General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts Memorial Forest in Sudbury.
Wildlife at ARNWR in Maynard
May 29, 2011
Chris Renna recorded this video of several species and a brief thunderstorm at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Maynard. Species include: muskrat, snapping turtle, painted turtle, belted kingfisher and northern watersnake.
Snapping Turtle Nesting in Sudbury
June 2, 2011
Thai Ha-Ngoc recorded this video of a snapping turtle searching for a nesting site in a sandy field at SVT's Wolbach Farm in Sudbury.
Snapping Turtle in Sudbury
June 2, 2011
Christa Collins helps a snapping turtle safely across Concord Road in Sudbury, while a school bus and traffic look on.
Wildlife in Marlborough and Sudbury
July 3, 2010
Craig Smith photographed the following species during a visit to the Desert Natural Area in Marlborough and Sudbury: ovenbird, great crested flycatcher, eastern chipmunk, downy woodpecker, monarch butterfly, snapping turtle, rose-breasted grosbeak.
Snapping Turtle laying eggs at SVT's Wolbach Farm in Sudbury
May 26, 2010
Dan Stimson photographed this snapping turtle as she prepared to lay eggs at SVT's Wolbach Farm in Sudbury.
Wildlife at SVT's Memorial Forest in Sudbury
May 1, 2010
Craig Smith photographed the following at SVT's General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts Memorial Forest in Sudbury:
a palm warbler, white-tailed deer, snapping turtle, water strider, marsh marigold and wood anemone.