Sunday, August 2, 2020


Mostly insects these days. The flowers in Woodcock Meadow attracted quite a variety -- this guy is named Bicyrtes quadrifasciatus ...

... and this one is a Great Golden Digger

This is a tachinid fly, genus Archytas ...

... and this is a honey bee, Apis apis

Can someone identify the flower that was attracting all this activity?
The only bird that allowed a decent photo was this Common Yellowthroat in the downed evergreens --

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