Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Things with Wings - and Fur

This is a miscellany from our recent abbreviated trip to Philadelphia and birding environs.

I have photographed female, hatch year, and young male Blue Grosbeaks, but until my recent morning in Cape May, the adult male - a handsome specimen and melodic songster - has not come in range of my lens ...
Blue Grosbeak - adult male
Butterflies were beginning to emerge during our week in Philadelphia. The Eastern Tailed Blue (so small as to be almost a figment of the imagination) and the Silver-spotted Skipper were seen on the trails at the Schulykill Environmental Center in Philadelphia. The Spicebush Swallowtail was frequenting the butterfly garden at the Horticulture Center, West Fairmont Park, Philadelphia ...

Eastern Tailed-Blue
Silver-spotted Skipper
Spicebush Swallowtail
 In the "Fur" category, this Muskrat sidled up to the trailside in the marsh at Cape May Point State Park for a salad lunch ...

Muskrat
Muskrat
 And finally - neither winged nor furred, but fragrant and beautiful, was the wisteria in the woods of the Schulykill Center ...

Wisteria
Happy May!!


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