We have recently found several beaver dams in the backwoods. While we are hoping to get some pictures of the new inhabitants, we have gone back to the archives and found some interesting images from the past (here is an April 2017 snapshot from the far bog).
Our local newspaper reported that it is prime time for the American goldfinch in Maine. The kids have hatched, the start of winter migration is months away, and several competitive species have already departed for their wintering grounds.
When looking closely at dragon flies, one thinks it is a good thing they are not the size of, say, an eagle.