Nature is always hinting at us. It hints over and over again. And suddenly we take the hint.

~ Robert Frost 

About 28 people showed up to visit the vernal pool. In New England, the term vernal pool is used to refer to a wide variety of temporary, fish-free wetlands. In the narrow sense, a vernal pool is a temporary wetland which fills each spring (vernal means spring) and dries annually. Some may persist for several years before drying. The peepers cooperated when we got to the pool. We got a close up look at a salamander and salamander eggs (see our Facebook page). Also saw a few bats flying overhead. Fun time!
*Picture courtesy of D Sanna