Submitted by Don Davis. Both locations mentioned are close to each other. Marg Millard reports: "I saw two at the marsh in East Berlin, on the wild radishes(?) on the cobble side, another further in on wild asters. I dropped in on a friend at the top of the hill coming away from the marsh and saw three in his yard. It was 16 degrees and a very light breeze.
As I came out of his place, I headed on to Andrews Head and saw nothing there until I decided to leave. As I drove out the road I went slowly, trying to get a gull in flight for my painting, and on the wild Radish over the cobble bank toward the water, there were a number. I have photos of four but the sun was behind and I just drove slowly and saw others. More than a few more but I know at least 9. All were on the yellow blooms. I was hoping for maybe one or two but this far exceeded my expectations. They were all very crisp and clean. Most were males."
East Berlin, NS
Latitude: 44.1 Longitude: -64.6
Observed by: Donald A.
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