Gone fishing

A Fermilab employee holds a fish, water source at the side

In mid-September, Bill Dymond, technical specialist, spent some lunchtime fun catch-and-release fishing near the Main Injector, bringing in a 5-lb., 14-oz., 22.25-inch-long small mouth bass — a personal best.

A bald eagle at Fermilab

Late one afternoon in mid-September, a bald eagle perches on a Tevatron Ring dam near the E2 service building.

Bright, sunshiny day

On Sept. 8, a brilliant morning sun shining through the leaves of a favorite sugar maple tree greets those coming onto the Fermilab campus, making for a beautiful start to the day.

Meeting of the minds

Their migration having started, great egrets congregate on A.E. Sea on Fermilab’s campus while a great blue heron (left) looks on.

The Ecological Land Management Committee is a group that meets monthly to discuss and plan for the management of the natural areas at Fermilab. It is made up of lab employees and local experts. The ELM Committee is looking for a lab employee to volunteer as an administrative assistant to take meeting notes and help organize the SharePoint site. If you are interested in helping and would like to find out more, please email Wally Levernier ( Wally Levernier is…