Kimberley Roll is a member of Friends of the Limberlost and an excellent nature photographer who spends time hiking the trails of the Limberlost Territories. She shares her pictures and her finds with us. We thought you would enjoy her photographs of the birds that winter at Limberlost. Gene Stratton-Porter would be pleased that so many still enjoy the birds around Geneva Indiana, a place that she lived for twenty-five years.
Short-eared owl flying over the Limberlost Swamp Wetland Preserve. In November 2017 they returned to spend their seventh winter here.
Bald eagles have become year round residents in Geneva. They have nested here the past several years. They are commonly seen at Limberlost Swamp Wetland Preserve, Loblolly Marsh, Red Gold Wetlands, Rainbow Bottom and the old gravel pit.
Northern harrier hovering and looking for prey. They have been a winter resident since several were first seen in November 2011.
The old gravel pit in early January where there were Greater white-fronted geese, Canada geese, and mallards.
A number of horned larks are wintering at Limberlost. Flocks of horned larks can be seen in fields and along roads in the area.
The Kestrel is another year round resident. Their numbers around Limberlost appear to be on the rise.
The volunteers and staff of Limberlost