Rain was predicted, but when the skies cleared and no rain was in sight I went to Governor Bridge. It was reasonably active for a while, and I ran into Graeme, so we went bug hunting.
There are more bugs than a week ago, but it’s still a bit early for some of them.
There were many young Canada Geese in the lake.
I usually see Common Yellowthroats near the ground, but this one was high in a tree.
Ruby Throated Hummingbirds seem to be more active now.
This is a typical Downy Woodpecker pose.
I’ve seen White Breasted Nuthatches lie on a branch like this before, but I don’t know the reason.
Two Red Eyed Vireos were playing tag in the canopy.