I got to Governor Bridge around dawn, and it was already very humid.
The birds weren’t as active as yesterday, but I managed to find a few even though the Hummingbirds weren’t as cooperative as yesterday.
I didn’t spend much time looking for bugs due to the oppressive weather.
This Brown Thrasher appears to be molting.
I was surprised at how close I got to this Downy Woodpecker.
Red Eyed Vireos are very visible recently.
Goldfinches continue to forage in the big field.
Blue Gray Gnatcatchers have become very active recently.
I often hear Red Bellied Woodpeckers, but I haven’t seen one in a while.
This bird was at such an odd angle I didn’t realize it was a Scarlet Tanager until I looked at it on screen.
I found this Moth while looking for Hummingbirds.