Outdoor Indiana - March/April 2017 - Reader Photos
Each issue, Outdoor Indiana staff will select reader submitted photos to feature in the magazine. If you would like the chance to be featured, please submit your photo, along with your name and phone number to:
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A puddle formed in a swampy part of Indianapolis’ Eagle Creek Park after a heavy rain last March 7. Despite the early date, it was warm enough for hundreds of chorus frogs and probably other frog species to congregate. Brent, an Indianapolis Metropolitan police officer, said they were “deafeningly loud.”
This Virginia bluebell was shot from the deep north-south valley at Clifty Falls State Park last March. Brad says the valley has the greatest variety of wildflowers in the region he roams, southeastern Indiana. A fan of Outdoor Indiana for many years, he re-subscribed in 2014.