"One touch of nature makes the whole world kin."
~ William Shakespeare
As we walk, boat, hike, and move about our lives, we often encounter wildlife of different types. There are those who crawl out of the beach sand, those who fly above us, and those who scamper around us. We appreciate them all.
Check out some of these from our Nature/Wildlife Portfolio were we seek to offer smiles and wonder.
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Crab In SandA crab found itself on the wet sand of Scarborough Beach in Narragansett, Rhode Island as the tide went out. The crab burrowed itself into the wet sand and then emerged on the flood tide, where it is captured here.
Rocky Point EgretAn Egret in flight over Rocky Point Park, Warwick, Rhode Island
Roger Williams Park ButterflyA form of "urban wildlife", a butterfly stops to rest on a leaf at Roger Williams Park in Providence, Rhode Island.
Great Island Bridge Sunset EgretEgret near the west side of the Great Island bridge in the orange light of the setting sun
Upward Snowy EgretA Snowy Egret in the clouds above Pawtuxet Cove in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Monarch Of BristolA Monarch Butterfly by Silver Creek in Bristol, Rhode Island
Little Friend Close UpA little friend stays with me as I walk the Roger Wheeler State Beach. It is in the sunset hour and he and others followed as I walked the beach.
Backyard BunnyInto everyone's yard, a lagomorph will occasionally bounce across the path
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