Also present were many American Coppers, and the Lupine was in full bloom.
Down the road from St. Williams I photographed this female Common Whitetail.
As well as this male Beaverpond Baskettail.
Today while walking my dog I came across this monster of a Hog-nosed Snake basking on the side of the road. I moved it off the road so hopefully it doesn't get squashed.
Not only did it flare its neck and hiss when I approached it, it also tilted its neck towards me in order to make itself look as large as possible. It also lifted it's head and neck quite high off the ground - very cobra like! They are of course harmless and not poisonous to humans.