We were on a trail along the Susquahanna River this weekend. So sad to not see anything but heron. We hear there are a lot of eagles there but the trees and brush cover everything overhead and most of the view of the river too. We did hear a big screechy bird sound overhead and saw large wings and branches moving through a small open area. That's as close as we got to an eagle. We passed other walkers who told us about Indigo Buntings and deer, but for us nothing. Then we turned back - and in the space of a quarter mile things started jumping out and landing in front of us. It was like someone was playing a joke on us. I finally said all we were missing was a snake, then I hear hubby yell SNAKE. It was moving quite fast across the path, gratefully so, he was kinda big. I did everything wrong. Deer pics on program so they were blurry (very shaded path), then switched it to "S" and it was set really high from something earlier so they were really dark. Sometimes the memories just have to be in your head. Anyway, here's the days tally. Oh, on the drive home there was ring neck pheasant on the side of the road trying to get through a fence. So, he was kind of captive long enough to get a shot of him too. 1. Black and White butterfly 2. Orange and Black butterfly 3. Cormorant taking flight 4. Deer about to cross path 5. Any ideas? A walker asked if we had seen these and indeed we had the pic to show him but no info about it. 6. Heron - they always seem to take off away from me. 7. Heron 8. Indigo Bunting per another walker, I don't really know. 9. Spider 10. Wasp, the camera had a hernia trying to focus on this guy at 300mm. This is a pretty big crop too. If I hadn't seen him land I would never have know he was in the leaves. 11. And finally - the blurry snake with no head.