Today’s post features a couple more finds during my last kayak outing.

A squirrel that crouched low and “hid” from me while I kayaked under a large limb of a dead tree in the water:

A squirrel crouches low to the tree trunk to avoid me seeing him


And a Common Yellowthroat warbler (Geothlypis trichas) that was foraging among the many sticks of the beaver lodge:

Common Yellowthroat foraging for insects on a beaver lodge


I’ve been looking for the Common Yellowthroats for the last couple of weeks, but just now beginning to see them. They are difficult to spot, let alone photograph. They are very small and tend to stay very low in the foliage as they forage for insects.



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