|U-22 converted to gentleman's racer|
Most recent project:
The first two photos were taken off Stewart Wetland area. A few shorebirds are in the wetland everyday, but nothing unusual! Habitat is very inviting for shorebirds and other waders.
Japanese Beetles are plentiful this summer, causing problems with some plants.
I went for a walk at the CA's yesterday evening, but did not see much. At "Least" I saw a skipper.
It was late in the day. I managed to get one Flag-tailed, one of the local specialties.
The flower gardens at Brander Park, Port Lambton are in full bloom. I will have to check those for butterflies from now until freeze-up. Many Silver-spotted Skippers were present yesterday. Common Checkered-skippers were reported at Sarnia yesterday, so keep an eye out for those!