In my travels I saw this young Bald Eagle.
I stopped at Blenheim Lagoons and saw that the water was overflowing in the sprinkler cells. A number of shorebirds were on grass that included Pectoral Sandpipers, Lesser Yellowlegs and Least Sandpipers. Tonight I was told more birds were present (expected) and a Long-billed Dowitcher was there.
Ridgetown had fewer birds than yesterday and the phalarope was not present. Many birds got up and left when a sharp-shinned hawk flew over. Also about 100 Mourning Doves got out of the weeds!
This afternoon I walked around some ponds north of here. Dragonflies must be in a lull, as I saw very few!
A damselfly I am not going to try and ID:
Some wildflowers there included Cardinal Flower--nice to see in these parts.
Here is a closer view of the juvenile bonie (for Alan, lol) at Rondeau yesterday--the only one I saw in that flock.
Here is a photo of an insect that Dwayne mentioned recently. They love Wild Burgemot!