Leonard Weber November 30, 2022
In Detroit, November marks the transition from Fall to Winter. Now, at the end of November, Eliza Howell Park looks and feels like Winter.
Below are a number of photos, all taken during November nature walks in the park this year. Hopefully, they will provide a sense of what can be observed here in November.
1. View from the footbridge
2. The beauty of fallen leaves
3. A few fruits / seeds still hanging
Note: in each of the following collages, the identification starts with top left and proceeds clockwise.
4. Life under woodland rotting logs
5. Foraging Animals
6. Mushrooms on logs
7. Mammal tracks in first snow
8. Distinctive tree bark
9. Insect Nurseries
10. Tree buds anticipating 2023
Each month the walks in Eliza Howell Park provide opportunities for different observations and adventures. November has been fascinating.
Now on to December!