Since Ridgetown is the best place nearby for shorebirds, I stopped there early this morning. Well, it was quite foggy! Could not see much to I went on to Rondeau for a walk. Yellow Warblers were all over the place in many flocks. Mosquitoes were so bad I could not stand in one spot for any length of time! I am sure there were other warblers around somewhere.
A few gulls and terns were along the east side, but nothing of note.
An Acadian Flycatcher is still around spicebush trail, as I heard it first thing this morning.
I went back to Ridgetown and noted that the Red-necked Phalarope was still present. There were 40+ Lesser Yellowlegs, some Least Sandpipers and a Stilt Sandpiper. Many shorebirds hid around the corner where we cannot see though. Something good will show up soon!
I had to go to Sombra this afternoon, so afterwards I swung over to Moore WMA. A Tawny Emperor alighted on my car. First one I have seen there this year. There is a good concentration of Hackberry Trees at this place.
At the river, among the dragonflies were a couple of Royal River Cruisers. Just for fun, I tried to get some flight shots. Next to impossible!
I looked for Mocha Emerald in a couple of spots, but had no luck.
Lots of these damselflies were around and I though this scene was neat: