An Ospray we saw flying around Quaker Lake out of Brackney Pa in late April. It is nice to see then flying in our area of the woods to say.
No idea to what the flower is even though we planted it in our front yard flower garden. I just love the colors in this image and the way the flower presents it's self emerging from the shadows from a larger plant.
I think this is a Common Sootywing Skipper Butterfly That is Quit common up to the family farm in my area. This one is feeding on the nectar of a Red Clover plant that grows all over the back fields. He's about the size of my thumb.
Dark-eyed Junco that was in the back yard this past March 29th.
A Cedar Waxwing looking for flying bugs over a small Creek in Deposit NY. He would see a flying bug, fly off and get it and than come back to his perch on the branch.
A flower I ran across on one of our walks in our area last week. It is similar to a Brown-Eyed Susan but I'm not sure to what it is. They are beautiful though.