Springing Forth

One of the diurnal fireflies.
Great Egret. This was not a bright day and the bird was far away, but more recently one sailed by in front of the kestrel observatory we call our apartment and the bird’s wings were like clean sheets flapping in the breeze.Mourning Cloaks, Caggage Whites, and possibly one other species of butterfly were seen on that 70+ plus Saturday.


Back to the frogs of Great Swamp.

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