Road berm blues

Why did the turtle cross the road?

In this case the reason was to lay eggs.

These eggs were freshly broken,
presumably by a raccoon.

The elevated road berm serves as convenient high ground for making a nest, but doing so often involves crossing the road. That can be precarious with speeding vehicles whizzing by.  Although safely crossing the road doesn’t guarantee success …

This nest was done in by a scavenging raccoon.

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