We got a rare view of this down-to-earth creature on the path at Harrier Meadow during our (rainy) Walk of the Month this morning.
An American Robin was wetting his whistle nearby.
Three brave souls joined us for the 90-minute walk. They were rewarded with excellent views of dozens of worms and 28 bird species, including: Ring-necked Duck, Northern Harrier, Eastern Phoebe, and Barn Swallow.
Look for a full (wormless) report on Friday's walk on this blog early next week.
More on Earthworms here.