Saturday, August 1, 2015

Searching for the Ellicott Creek Sea Serpent in "Google Earth."






The search for the "Ellicott Creek Serpent" continues!  

I have not given up on obtaining more and better evidence for the Ellicott Creek Sea Serpent.  Continuing construction along the Creek has I fear reduced the occasions for sighting them.  I used to have a few sightings every spring/summer. Either when bicycling on the path, or when actively searching for this animal.  Unfortunately not anymore!  But, there is still evidence for it's presence in the creek.  

The above  2014 "Google Earth" satellite image provides more evidence for this creature.  Note the ellipse shape moving to the left side of the creek, and making a wake in its path. The dimensions of this are approximately 9' long and 5' wide.  Compare this to the image from my older 2012 satellite  image post, and you will see the similarities.  Now some may say this is merely debris in the water.  What kind of debris swims upstream ...  over a mile?  Yes, this object is in a different location in the creek.  The serpent still swims among us!


See 2012 Post Here:



  



Ellicott Creek Animals


Here are some photo's from this Spring and Summer along Ellicott Creek and the Bike path which parallels the creek.  The Egrets are up to about four birds spending their summer here.  There are also some Common Terns doing the same.  The Beavers are still doing well, with new pups each spring.  A new summer resident is a lone Swedish Blue duck, living with the mallards.  It is possibly an escapee from a farm? These are the animals and birds that were willing to pose this summer!


American Beaver!


Eastern Cottontail

Egret

Robin watching the sunset

Female Mallard

Great Blue Heron

Curious Deer

Sunning Chipmunk


Wood Duck and Ducklings


Beaver

Young Ruby - Throated Humming Bird

Swedish Blue Duck

Common Tern

Green Heron

Red Winged Black Bird


Carp, lazy in the shade.

Pair of Muskrat

Bathing Canada Goose

Egret hunting fish

Beaver


Canada Geese with goslings


Gold Finch

Swallows

Buck





Serpent with a Mane!

The Buffalo Courier Saturday, June 29, 1895 Page 2 THE FESTIVE SEA SERPENT, Good View of His Snakeship Obtained Ne...