MD Biodiversity at Wooton’s Landing.

Even though the weather was a bit gloomy and cloudy, I left early for Wooton in hopes of seeing some early migraters. The clouds and some sprinkles kept me from getting anything really good, but I ran into Bill Hubick and Jim Brighton of the MD Biodiversity Project, who agreed to let me tag along as they explained the project to a newspaper reporter (“Jay”).
You can learn about this ambitious project here:

White Eyed Vireo

I called this White Eyed Vireo with IBird, but thr low light kept me from getting a really sharp image.


I saw more Catbirds than anything else today.

Belted Kingfisher

I finally got a halfway decent look at this Belted Kingfisher.

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

Eastern Tiger Swallowtails are still feeding in large numbers.


Bill and Jim told me the name of this Wasp, but I forgot it already.


This Turtle was sunning in the pond near the river.

Bill Hubick

Bill, Jay and Jim