After shopping, coming back home, and eating lunch. I headed out again to enjoy the nice day.
Then I went over to the field beside the Gilbert Road Community Garden to find me some pollinators. I saw several honey bees, cabbage whites, and these hoverflies. This one was in the process of rubbing the pollen off its body and so I was able to photograph it.
Then I biked towards Finn Slough, where I tried to photograph tree swallows manually. I think this will the only kind of shot I will be able to achieve with this bird.
Saw a few Yellow-rumped Warblers again, but no Orange-crowned Warblers. I got Bushtits instead.
The closest I was able to photograph a cabbage white today through barbed wires. I really hope I can get a close-up of this butterfly in the future.
Then I went over to the trail beside the railroad tracks, and photographed these with my OM lens.
As I was heading home, I saw these small beetles not doing much on the grass blades. Not sure what they are but they sure are cute-looking close-up, especially its clavate (clubbed) antennae.
Not sure why, but I am tired already. Maybe too much sun?