Fine weather sits on Quebec and the heat slows down the pace. I waited until late afternoon to go out, the pits were lightweight so I dropped into Bordelais Bog to take a look see. Catbirds mewed and Cadar Waxings trilled, its been a good year for them so far. There were a few Dragonflies around, an elderly White-faced Meadowhawk, a bright male Fragile Forktail and a fine Green-striped Darner were enjoyed. Overhead the distinctive calls of 60+ Purple Martins indicated that its started!
Tomorrow some rain is promised, it could be good for pulling something in, we’ll see.
Not so white faced now.
Not sure what makes these so fragile, ask the fly it ate!
Green-striped Darner – very nice.