In addition to some remaining trilliums, I found this delicate-looking White Baneberry a.k.a. Doll's eyes (Actaea pachypoda).
My main job of the day was putting ant-exclusion bags over senescencing trillium flowers to prevent ants from taking the seeds. Here is an ant inside a trillium flower - either drinking nectar or checking out if the seeds are there yet.
While I was leaving the park, I found another borer that I saw at Mud Lake yesterday.
Flatheaded Poplar Borer (Dicerca tenebrica)
Then today, I found a dead scarab beetle covered by ants outside my place. I took the beetle inside so I can take some photos with it (and also to pin it).
Just doing things to pass this waiting period before my field season begins next week.