This morning was quite calm, but balmy and a bit foggy. I stopped by Roberta Stewart Wetland first thing for a walk.
There were not many birds. Usually the bulk of birds are blackbirds and I could hear them roosting in the distance. At dawn, you can get tens of thousands coming off the island this time of year.
At noon, I took a quick look at Brander Park and the 4 Silver-spotted Skippers were still present.
After work, I stopped by Peers Wetland. There were not many birds, but butterflies seemed more interesting.
Highlight was a Peck's Skipper, the latest I have seen one.
There were about 3 Eastern Tailed-blues.
A Common Buckeye and several Common Checkered-Skippers.