These are from my morning walk at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land:
Common Wood Nymph
Great Spangled Fritillary
Eastern Tailed Blue
(It just finished eating some of the fruit)
In the afternoon, I took a walk at Drumlin Farm. I was hoping that the flower field would yield some good butterflies.
Crab Spider with its prey
King of the Coneflowers
(feeding time in the deer pen)
And back at home, the House Wrens look like they are about ready to fledge!
Tonight, the boys and I went out again to watch the moon rise. We almost missed it in the haze, but once it got above the haze, it was a beautiful orange color!
See how easy it would have been to miss it? Danny actually spotted it before I did!