A male Yellow Warbler from May 31st. He just got down fluffing his feathers before he finished his green caterpillar meal.
A Large Wood Nymph Butterfly from the farm.
A Tufted Titmouse from June 15th. He was up to the farm just looking for bugs bouncing from tree to tree.
A flower image that I took in low lighting.
A pair of Mallard Ducks that were swimming in the Susquehanna River back on April 2nd just before the sun was going down.
An American Bald Eagle that we saw July 17th why'll kayaking on the Chenango River in Binghamton off of rout 7.
A Bumble Bee enjoying some of the Garlic Chives in my herb garden. My youngest son calls them Fluffy Bees and they are one of his favorite creatures.
A Black-faced Skimmer Dragonfly that I found up to the farm recently. These Black-faced Skimmers are new this year up there and they are sharing the same fields with our more common Widow Dragonfly that we have had. The only difference between the two that I can see is the black patches on the inner wings of the Widow Dragonfly has, the Black-faced Skimmer don't. The white markings on the wing tips of the Black-faced Skimmer wings, the Widow Dragonfly do not have, they are black on him. Other than that, they are both very much similar in size and coloration down to the yellow strip on their backs.
If your queries, I just posted a Widow Dragonfly a few posts ago for comparison. It should be the second one up in my Dragonfly category behind this post.
A wild rabbit that was enjoying eating clover in a neighbor's yard a couple weeks ago. I have bean seeing a lot of rabbits this year around my home in the cities outskirts and up to the family farm property. It most be a really good year for them to see the in such numbers as I have.
A sunset image that I got kayaking this past Monday, July 20th. The bridge is the Lackawanna Railroad Bridge that connects Vestal to Johnson City New York.