My contribution to Eileeninmd's Saturday's Critters #77. Here's momma goose and her baby on Lake Siri:
Here's a Silver-spotted Skipper (Epargyreus clarus):
This is a female Whitetail Dragonfly. She can be distinguished from the female 12-Spotted Skimmer "by the broken/zig-zag, not continuous, white/light line along each side of her abdomen."
Speaking of Whitetails, remember Ashburn deer? This fine fellow was seen in almost the same spot 12 days later.
I was hoping he'd move for a clearer shot, but when I came back down the trail 20 minutes later, he was still there (and keeping a watchful eye):
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