Collected and kept four smallish (45 -60 cm) individuals
Male Northern Cardinal
Black and white wings, no noticeable red on the head. Appeared to be a female Downy Woodpecker or Hairy Woodpecker. Didn't get a clear view of the bill size to differentiate.
Outside Morning Glory farm in Edgartown. Looks like a rose; thinking it's R. rugosa.
Another patron at the farm store confirmed this.
Small beetles around 1 cm long. Found on Rosa rugosa.
1-2' tall, leaves shaped like toothed spades, 2"broad. White, cross-shaped flowers, 1/2" wide. Crushed leaves gave a strong smell of garlic.