|Migrating Blue Jays|
|A Northern Flicker in the distance, I did not use my 500mm lens today|
I then walked towards the beach hoping to see something a little more warbler-like but did not see much. A small flock of Chickadees and a few Redstarts and little yellow warblers flew by at one point, but I did not really pursue them. Rather, a small sandy dune with some Goldenrod was buzzing with butterfly activity. I'm still new to Butterfly watching but took some shots anyway. I attempted to label them, even if only generally labeled.
At a few times today, I saw Sharp Shin Hawks overhead, and instead of photographing them, I looked at them through my binoculars. I've really enjoyed using the binoculars in the last few days. I love them!
Bonus: Snake on the road! This was tiny, probably less than a foot long.
Nice Gray Hairstreak! It is the only hairstreak type you will see this time of year, unless it is the very rare White-M.ReplyDelete
Looks like a Fox Snake got in your sights!