Birds come and go. Here are a few to be seen in June.
The Cedar Waxwing is primarily a bird of the warm season. It breeds around the Lake.
The Warbling Vireo is only found around here from May to September.
While the male Common Merganser is with us year round, he only appears in his breeding plumage for another month and a half.
The male Blue-winged Teal (right) will lose his breeding plumage in another few weeks.
The Cliff Swallow is only seen locally during the period of May to August.
The Robin can be seen at any time of the year, but its hunting of worms is a springtime event.