Posted by: PMGDD | June 25, 2012

Not a good time to be an Invertebrate

It’s not a good time to be an invertebrate.  The Eastern Kingbird nestlings just sit with their beaks wide open and facing skyward for many minutes on end!  Even the Viceroy butterfly seems to be at least contemplating a slug! Deana discovered a third P-b Grebe nest. It’s in the larger pond, south-west “quadrant”. These photos were taken June 15th between about 8:30 and 9:30 a.m at Miramichi Marsh. There are young fledged Tree Swallows also.


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