Wild Watch!

Welcome to our Wild Watch! page. Here we will share with you photos and videos taken by people on their adventures in and around the river as they enjoy the beauty of the Blackstone River.  Please share your photos or videos with us by sending to BRWCFOB@gmail.com.  Tell us where you took the picture and your name if you would like.  Stay tuned for more sightings…We love to showcase the beauty of the Blackstone River and the people who share our love for it.

Thanks go to Rick Wilhelmsen for this spectacular! photo entitled Synchronized Swimming:

A snapping turtle takes advantage of the sun submitted by Gary L.  The common snapping turtle is a freshwater turtle. They are at the top of the food chain when in the water but do not typically engage with people.

Chris A. and her husband were walking at Sycamore Landing this past weekend and came upon this deer (below)  Chris said they were able to stand quietly for quite some time watching the deer graze before it finally moved away.  Great photo.  Thanks for sharing with us, Chris!

Below, Jim C. was coming back from fishing when he encountered this young deer.  They seem to like the grass we planted a couple of years ago to help ward off the knotweed.

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