I found the bird life not as active as usual for this time of year for whatever reason. It took a while to find a Pine Warbler, which is a common bird up there. I had several during the course of the day though.
A Wilson's Warbler was the only migrant type on Riverside Trail just after I saw a beaver swimming in the channel. I did not quite have the camera ready for the rodent!
A Black-and-White Warbler was singing on Wilderness trail, but is a possible resident.
I saw/heard a few Pileated Woodpeckers during the day, but this one I could not get a clear shot with the camera on Pine Trail.
Once again, duskywings were common. Virtually no other butterflies save for a couple of Tiger and Giant Swallowtails and one azure. Also saw one dark swallowtail which I assume was a Spicebush.
I only saw Wild Indigo and Juvenal's today even at the Karner Blue Sanctuary. Some images:
Not a Columbine Duskywing
I also walked the L-Lake trail. A couple of Magnolia Warblers were along this one. Possibly residents.
The Port Franks area is quite interesting with the forested dunes, lakes and old oxbows.