Summit Woods & Technopark

I went on the BPQ Summit Woods walk with Jane. It was a cool morning and no humidity. There were 5 of us walking today.



It was a quite morning not much activity. We heard chickadees, nuthatches, and others. There was a Pileated Woodpecker calling out. It was up in the canopy. I managed to get a glimpse of it as it flew off. I noticed two Turkey Vultures flying above us. I got a shot of their tail.

We heard an Indigo Bunting. I found it with some help from my friends. On a branch. in a distant tree was a blue blob. I managed to get a shot.

_DSC9791 Indigo Bunting

There was an American Robin looking for lunch near the trail.

_DSC9799 American Robin

I noticed a Butterfly on a branch.


We heard a Black-throated Green Warbler right above us. It took a couple of minutes to find it. It was not easy.

_DSC9824 Black-throated Green Warbler

We called it a day.

On my was home, I decided to check out the Technopark area. This is undeveloped land just north of the airport. I walked around for about half and hour.

I spotted a Song Sparrow by the road.

_DSC9834 Song Sparrow

I found a pond with Mallards.

_DSC9844 Mallard

_DSC9846 Mallard

and Dragonflies.

_DSC9849 Dragonfly

_DSC9896 Dragonfly

and an Eastern Black Swallowtail Butterfly.

_DSC9860 Black Swallowtail Butterfly

That all for today’s walk.

Est numquam etiam nuper committitur Birding.