Sunday, May 23, 2021

Lady's Slipper - Sit Spot #846 - May 23, 2021

Yellow Lady's Slipper
("widely variable specie with many hybrids . . .")

Sunny May 23, 2021 10:50 a.m.

Sit 846  : Brush Pile W : Sunny 

+26° (+32°) NW 24-36 kph 58%humidity 

Red-eyed Vireo,



Song Sparrow,

Grey Tree Frog,

Dandelion seed heads,

Dames Rocket blooming,

Blue Jays,



Along the trails -


Rose-breasted Grosbeak,

1st Yellow Lady’s Slipper in  bloom,

Garter Snake,

Grey Tree Frog,

Field Sparrow,

Baltimore Oriole,

Red-eyed Vireo,

Willow Flycatcher,

1st Field Hawkweed in bloom,

Skipper butterfly sp.,

Tree Swallows in birdhouse,


Blue Jays,

Spring Azure butterfly,

Common Yellowthroat,

Tick #13 on my arm,

Tick #14 in my hair,

Tick #15 on my arm,

1st Blue-eyed Grass in bloom,

1st Garden Columbine in bloom,

1st Star of Bethlehem, Common in bloom (yesterday)

Other Flowers Seen in bloom today -

*= not native (T)=tree (S)=shrub

Alexanders, Golden

Baneberry, Red

Buttercup, Kidneyleaf

Buttercup, Tall *

Celandine *

Chickweed, Mouse-ear *

Columbine, Wild

Crowfoot, Hooked

Current, Wild Black

Dandelion, Common *

Dead-Nettle, Purple *

Fleabane, Common

Forget-Me-Not, True *

Geranium, Wild

Ground Ivy *

Herb Robert *

Honeysuckle, Morrow’s *

Honeysuckle, Tartarian *


Medic, Black *

Mustard, Garlic *

Olive, Autumn *

Peppergrass, Field *

Periwinkle *

Phlox, Wild Blue

Pussytoes, Smaller

Rocket, Dame’s *

Rocket, Yellow *

Solomon’s Seal, False

Speedwell, Thyme-Leaved *

Strawberry, Field

Strawberry, Woodland

Trillium, White

Violet, Common

Violet, Dog

Wood Sorrel, Yellow

Cultivated Plants

Barberry, Japanese *

Iris *

Lily-0f-the-Valley *

Quince *

Solomon Seal, Cultivated *

Woodruff *

Kitchen Window and Bird Feeder -

Red-winged Blackbird,

Blue Jays,





Rose-breasted Grosbeaks,

Baltimore Oriole,


Chipping Sparrow,


Red Squirrel.

Mowed west trails and

   attempted to fix old mower . . .

Photo Site #2 - East Willow

1 comment:

Jenn Jilks said...

They are lovely! Mine are pink. 'Mine' I mean the ones in our forest wetland!