Wildlife of Sutton Center
Sometimes we have seen as many as three red foxes at once.
Zebra Swallowtail soaking up the sun.
This member of the local brood of the 17-year cicada emerged at the Center. These beautiful insects made a racket around our grounds for about three weeks at the end of May and early June. But so long for now--we won't see them again for 17 more years.
A nomadic tarantula climbed a sliding glass door.
Here on the grounds at the Center, we have other wildlife besides birds.
Besides the wildlife shown above, we also have here at the Center:
- Black Rat Snakes
- Fox Squirrels
- Gray Squirrels
- Mud dauber wasps
- Ring-necked Snakes
- Rough Green Snakes
- White-tailed Deer
... and many more!