Sunday, August 27, 2006

August Morning Walk at SJWS

Damn it was hot today, over 90 degrees this morning! But the birds were active, and the butterflies and dragonflies even more so. The best species for me were the wildly abundant Red-necked Phalaropes, I've never seen so many at Sea and Sage before. Here's my best shots from the walk. They are - in order: two red-neck phalarope pics, the dragonfly is a common green darner, a song sparrow, the skipper I'm pretty sure is a Fiery, and the plant is caterpillar phacelia all dried out...

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