Friday, September 13, 2013

Lunch Break at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land

I thought after all the rain in the past 18 hours that there might be some good bird or butterfly activity in the meadows at Breakneck Hill.  Here are the highlights:

Bobolink (female)

She was in a flock of sparrows near the community garden.  This was only the second one I've seen at Breakneck Hill.  I bet there'll be more next year!


I liked the way this Belted Galloway looked like he was playing peek-a-boo over the top of the fence.

Gray Catbird

Clouded Sulphur

Eastern Phoebe

After several straight days of hazy, bland skies, the clouds were especially pretty today.

Eastern-Tailed Blue

The early blooming goldenrod has gone to seed, but there is still plenty in bloom.  The New England Asters on the front hill are beautiful against the goldenrod.

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