Generally clear. Low 26F. Winds light and variable..
Generally clear. Low 26F. Winds light and variable.
Updated: December 4, 2019 @ 10:48 pm
Courier photographers Brandon Pollock and Kelly Wenzel have taken some amazing pictures of nature this season.
Mallard ducks swim across a pond near Big Woods Lake in Cedar Falls on Monday.
Birds cross the sky as the moon settles toward the horizon on Monday near Waterloo. Hunter's Moon, the full moon of October, officially shined Sunday night a few days after reaching apogee, the farthest point in its orbit from Earth.
A yellow-bellied flycatcher works the trees along the Cedar River in Cedar Falls.
Dewdrops left by overnight fog cling to strands of spider web on wild grape vines this week in Waterloo.
Dewdrops left by overnight fog on the fronds of a plant refract the image of a flower this week in Waterloo.
Butterflies fly around and land on flowers in the Grace Gardens of the Walnut Neighborhood in Waterloo on Monday afternoon.
Fall colors paint a stand of sumac at the Cedar River Natural Resource Area near Washburn.
A honey bee covered in pollen works over a flower Tuesday at the Cedar River Natural Resource Area near Washburn.
Spring beauties blossom Monday in the Greenbelt in Waterloo.
A painted lady butterfly alights on a flower in the Grace Gardens of the Walnut Neighborhood in Waterloo on Monday afternoon.
A yellow swallowtail butterfly works through thistle blossoms at Beaver Valley Wetland Wildlife Refuge in Cedar Falls on Monday.
Raindrops cling to flowers at George Wyth State Park in Waterloo on Monday.
A black and white warbler looks for insects at Beaver Valley Wetland Wildlife Refuge Monday in Cedar Falls.
Raindrops cling to flowers at George Wyth State Park in Waterloo, Iowa, Monday, Aug. 12, 2019.
A drop of dew refracts the view of a flower at Big Woods Prairie in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Thursday, June 13, 2019
A drop of dew refracts the view of a flower at Big Woods Prairie in Cedar Falls Thursday.
Kayakers soak up the sun during a warm Monday afternoon on the lake at George Wyth State Park.
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