After the rain it turned into a beautiful afternoon and I took a leisurely stroll around Lake Katherine.
I believe this is an eastern wood-pewee. I often hear the pee-a-wee whistling call, but almost never see the bird.
Tadpoles in the ephemeral wetlands. The pond was full and surrounding grass area was very wet.
A water strider walking on water. Apparently its legs are covered with microscopic hairs which trap air, helping it to float.
Yellow buckeye tree
It looks like a honeybee on the yellow buckeye flower.
I think this is a song sparrow that I must have disturbed near a nest. It chirped a long time until I walked away. It looks like it has a grub or something for a baby bird.
Happy Mother’s Day!