After work today I ventured into Reid CA on this breezy day. A few Dukes' Skippers were working the sedges.
The odd Appalachian Brown was seen, but they are nearing the end.
Another brood of Giant Swallowtails is out, but I never got any photos. Lots of Eastern Commas were out as well. They were in various states of wear.
A fresh Least Skipper perched for a photo.
Some Northern Broken-Dash were taking advantage of the abundant Swamp Milkweed.
A couple of Royal River Cruisers were patrolling the trails.
No hairstreaks were seen, but they are about done. There were rather few this summer anyway.
Photos taken with Canon G16.