|The wooded river bluff faces northeast and stays cool|
|Rock shelters an interesting insect construction|
The most interesting find of the day was an ornate insect nest under a sheltering rock. I actually have a book to identify things like this called, "Tracks and Signs of Insects," and was able to quickly identify the owner: The Organ Pipe Mud Dauber, a black wasp whose primary food source is spiders.
|The nest of an Organ Pipe Mud Dauber Wasp|
|A cache of Bittersweet berries in a log, perhaps from a chipmunk|
|This one didn't make it.|
|Turkey tracks and acorn access holes were everywhere|