|Walpole from Stewart Wetland|
There was not really anything of note bird-wise. A Caspian Tern did fly downriver. The occasional Caspian is seen this time of year around Walpole.
After work, I headed up to Reid CA in search of hairstreaks. I saw one right away, but I could not get in a position to get a good photo. However, it was the Reid specialty, a Southern Hairstreak!
I stayed for a while, but saw no other hairstreaks.
Common Wood Nymphs are now showing.
Silver-spotted Skippers are plentiful at Reid this year.
A Four-spotted Skimmer was nearby.