Thursday, July 23, 2015


Nahanton Park was very pretty this morning! It was hard to drag myself away....

This Blue-gray Gnatcatcher was working a cherry tree near the lower gardens.

There were at least four Ruby-throated Hummingbirds around the back of the upper garden, including this cooperative male.
The Nahanton pond is on of the best places in eastern Massachusetts for Solitary Sandpipers. Here's one of four that were there this morning. A couple of them made repeated graceful loops around the pond, alighting briefly and taking flight again.
This Silver-spotted Skipper was dining on a Queen Anne's Lace in the upper field.

1 comment:

  1. Hey, you're back!!!! I can't believe your pictures and the great horned owl sighting. We really missed you. I haven't been able to get over there in so long. Now, I will have to get over there and see the great birds you have been seeing.