Four specimens from Western Middle Ground. Caught by David Gadsby and Greg Hinkle
Flying over house at dusk. Large white egret black legs
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.