The remainder of the trip to Triangle Lake and a check for the fauna of the bog. This tree told me to look for woodpeckers. I was able to capture this woodpecker through an opening in the trees.
I think it may be a Flicker but not real sure.
This is a Red Bellied Woodpecker that I showed before.
I saw a huge dragonfly on the lake maybe 4" to 5" but it kept moving. I did capture this one dragonfly with the white body.
I zoomed in close to help with the identity. It is the White Faced Dragonfly. Look below those green eyes.
The bees were on the Button Plant.
This has to be the largest fly I ever saw. I'm not sure what it is but the wings are excellent. Abe told me it is a Progressive Bee Fly.
I captured this beautiful Comma Butterfly. This is my second one this year.
It was amazing the transformation when it closed it's wings.
It came down to the walkway and showed of its colors.
It looked like a dead leaf when folded up and I'm sure this is a great camouflage.
The final capture fauna capture was FG on the bench trying to get a picture. I was the only person at the bog on the 2 days I went there. The road in/out is only one lane paved so be sure no-one is coming toward you. Two trips to the lake and a great sighting of a big dragonfly but no photo. It is a fun place to visit.