A singing Brown Thrasher (it's breeding season) in Trustom Pond NWR.
A Marsh Wren noisily singing among the remnants of last year's phragmites.
A Juvenal's Duskywing at Trustom Pond NWR. The two spots on the ventral hindwing distinguish it from a Horace's.
Wood Betony, or Forest Lousewort, at Trustom Pond NWR near a marshy area.
A Broad-winged Hawk (light form) at Great Swamp Management Area.
Greater Celandine in Trustom Pond NWR. Introduced
A Lentil Sea Spider crawling on the submerged rocks along the side of the channel leading into Potter Pond. My young cousin first spotted it and then she kept an eye on it while I ran back to grab my camera, never seen one before.
All the local birders have been out to see this very rare east coast Western Grebe. It's been around for the last couple of days. Not great photos, but I got good scope views of it.
A male Eurasian Wigeon at Salter's Grove. These are pretty rare in RI, I'm only aware of one other reported sighting this year, which was back in January.
A Canada Goose on its nest with two eggs. Along the breakwater at Salter's Grove. Its nearby mate wasn't pleased by my presence.
A Wilson's Snipe in Great Swamp MA. Not great pictures, but I added it because it's a life bird for me. My Sibley's refers to this as the American subspecies of the Common Snipe (Gallinago gallinago), so not sure which is the preferred name. Saw a total of three.