The pits are in summer mood now although there might still be the odd interesting shorebird waiting to be seen if we get the right weather. I spent a couple of hours today plotting the Indigo Bunting territories, four, and enjoying some dragonflying. The habitat destruction training site next door has expanded and some more rough habitat is being ‘trained’ on. They have also cleaned up the Beaver dam at the west end of the complex, the water now looks a very crappy colour, I’m hoping it recovers.
Here are a few of the shots for the day, the Chestnut-sided Warbler found me very interesting. The dragonflies I saw are at: http://quebecodes.wordpress.com/