Letting the chip sit where he may
This little Eastern chipmunk may not be lonely at all. He/she just happened to be sitting alone on the edge of one of the main paths at Weltz Park.
A small sawfly (perhaps in the Tenthredininae
family) marched all over the much larger leaves of a milkweed plant, here exploring the area near the pink-purple midrib of the leaf.
A lone male Scarlet tanager poked about in the woods for a bit. When he moved from branch to branch, it took some looking to find him again despite his blazing red & black jacket.
Just waiting to embellish an exotic cocktail, these umbrella-shaped mushrooms chose the middle of a woodchip path to come up. Might be in the genus Parasola
(perhaps Parasola auricoma
Looking for insects that might be lurking among the pollen-filled fringe, this Magnolia warbler was nice enough to sit & pose in between bites.
Apparently intent on inspecting the sandy woodland floor, this Yellowjacket crawled along slowly and didn’t seem interested in stinging passersby for the moment.
Looking at Mr. Hoodbird
An unexpected treat popped into view back in the woods at Weltz Park — a male Hooded warbler (Setophaga citrina
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