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Snapping to it

The baby snappers are starting to hatch and dig their way out of the gravel shoulders beside the wetland at Paul Wallace’s North Marysburgh home. He reports the mother snapper laid the eggs in late May through the first half of June. “I also have my eyes on a nest of Blanding turtle eggs which I know survived and should pop out any day now,” he said. Paul Wallace photo

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  1. Chris Keen says:

    Take care of those Blandings Turtles, Paul. It’s possible we’ll need you to bring them around to South Bay to repopulate the neighbourhood if those GD IWTS are ever constructed!!

  2. We found one about the same size today on Main Duck Island. It was hoplessly trapped inside the foundation of an old cottage, but was making an admirable attempt at going “over the wall”. I am not sure if I helped any by placing it on the other side. To reach water it must now run the gauntlet between lurking gulls and water snakes the size of my arm.

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