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It was turtles, turtles everywhere at Jamaica Pond today, at least on the one downed tree limb that is the premier turtle lounging spot.
Hugmajesty wonders what the deal is with the half-gray, half red squirrel she saw on the Common today. Read more.
Mary Ellen watched tree swallows duke it out for a prime nesting box at Millennium Park in West Roxbury. Read more.
A concerned citizen who likes walking his or her dog in Harvard's holdings off Western Avenue filed a 311 report about a coyote that chased them shortly after midnight: Read more.
A seagull tried to figure out how to down half a bagel at Revere Beach this afternoon.
Mary Ellen watched the sunrise over Cow Island Pond, part of the Charles River by Rivermoor Street in West Roxbury. She had company: Read more.
Andrea Pakula snapped the raccoon taking a nap on her Jamaica Plain deck this afternoon.
Mary Ellen spotted a sparrow sitting atop one of the rustic birdhouses along the upper soccer fields at Millennium Park in West Roxbury this morning.
John.C/C spotted this squirrel eating lunch in Piers Park in East Boston today.
Mary Ellen reports that the other day, King Tom here was strutting around with his six hens by the side of the Home Depot in West Roxbury.
This frog was sitting on a branch in a pool along the Muddy River between Wards Pond and Willow Pond this afternoon.
Forest Hills Cemetery says bird watchers flocking there to watch a pair of nesting great horned owls have gotten out of hand and is asking people to stay away from the nesting area, near the "contemporary burial area." Read more.
Mary Ellen spotted a trio of swans seeming to have a neck contest in the mist along the Charles River at Millennium Park in West Roxbury this morning.
Tim Murphy reports spotting this rabbit on the Green Line tracks at Copley Square last night.
Mary Ellen spotted a king eider, usually seen farther north, in the water off Castle Island this morning.
A concerned citizen files a 311 request about the rotary where Old Colony Avenue meets Preble Street and Columbia Road: Read more.
Derek Lessing spotted this pair in Harvard Square.
Mary Ellen spotted this green-winged teal on the Charles River in Watertown today, not far from where she spotted a male wood duck: Read more.
Mary Ellen reports she was standing under a tree by the Charles River in West Roxbury this morning when an eagle landed in the tree, basically right on top of her - maybe the one she saw from a bit further away yesterday.
Mary Ellen found this stern bird along the Charles River at Cow Island Pond off Rivermoor Street in West Roxbury today.
Compare to this younger eagle.
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