First, some ode news, odonata, that is. Great blue skimmers and slaty skimmers have emerged from their watery, pre-adult aquatic habitat.
Eastern amber wings have been with us for some time, although I never tire of looking at them.
Common whitetails are in the process of ovipositing (laying eggs) in the Wetlands.
On cooler days, yellow-bellied sliders stack up on any available perch. But, you probably won’t see many turtles out basking this week, they may stew in their shells!
Sliders continue to come ashore to lay eggs. Unfortunately, I’ve found more nests that had been dug up than I’ve seen turtles.
And that’s all for now.