Here are some of the photos I took this month.
March 3rd - walked along the canal on a nice but cold day (I think).
Last chance practicing panning until next year.
March 13th - walked along the canal again on my way to the bus stop and saw these interesting shadows created by a staircase.
March 20th - a pill bug (family Armadillidiidae) was scurrying on my carpet and since I haven't took any photos in a week, I was getting kind of desperate.
March 21st - one of the warm days in late March.
I was there.
Balancing, a sculpture by John Hooper.
March 23rd - spider on my carpet and so I took a photo of it.
March 25th - helped out with a labmate's field project at Mer Bleue. First time I was in a "wilderness" area here in Ottawa. Feel so good to be out and doing field work, even if it's not my project.
Hopefully, I can get here in the future and explore some more.
My labmate's project - looking at the effect of freeze/thaw cycles on bee emergence and other variables. Very relevant and interesting, especially for understanding how climate change (such as this crazy winter) affects pollinators. On the right is a bee nest-box with wintering youngs, and the same on the left but with a plant protector to insulate the nest-box.