August 28th - Fog, No Fog, Fog, No Fog!

That was just the kind of day it was today at the park - fog, no fog, fog, no fog...  Just after 1:00 PM our only bird of the day flew over, it was a juvenile Broad-winged Hawk.  Even it was in and out of the fog as you can see in the photo below.  Crazy humidity today as well.

Broad-winged Hawk (juvenile)

Can we reach 100 birds by the end of the month?  Time will tell.

In Butterfly news, I had a Great Spangled Fritillary land only 6 feet away from me in the grass over the fence and our good friend Howie Herscovitch got a Pipevine Swallowtail on the Butterfly Bush near the main garden a little later in the day.  That's 2 new butterfly species for the Park and our Fall List, of course.

Great Spangled Fritillary
 
Lee sent along this photo that she took this morning while at the park:

Leopard Slug

Hooray, the bench has been repaired!...thanks to Betty.

 
Walter 
 

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