Coopers Hawk by Pat Jaquith.
Swan Rangers found birds, berries and other interesting things during their outings the week ending Saturday, July 10, 2021!
Click here or scroll down for the Rangers' photos and details!
Pat Jaquith came across the hawk in our lead photo, thinking it a Cooper's but reserving some question of whether it might be a Sharpie instead.
Elswhere in her wanderings, Pat came across some Moth mullien . . .
. . . and a Common Green darner!
Keith Hammer came across a golden colored dragonfly while hiking with his daughter and grandsons to . . .
. . . an undisclosed location where ripe huckleberries were found . . .
. . . along with a Red-naped Sapsucker!
Pam Willison's outings included this Hairy woodpecker, huckleberries . . .
. . . Strawberry blite . . .
. . . butterflies and Black-eyed Susans!
Debra Schweitzer sent in this photo of a very young swallow!
Keith Hammer wraps up this report with a strange and curious photo of a 1.5" critter that looks to be some sort of Sawfly?