Hoyles Mill Conservation Park–visit to a diabase rock outcrop woods on August 17, 2014

A Hackberry Emperor butterfly lands on my foot at Hoyles Mill Conservation Park

A Hackberry Emperor butterfly lands on my foot at Hoyles Mill Conservation Park

 

Shumard Oak leaves along White Grounds Road.  Shumard Oak is uncommon to rare in central Maryland

Shumard Oak leaves along White Grounds Road. Shumard Oak is uncommon to rare in central Maryland

Newly opened Black-eyed Susans

Some newly opened Black-eyed Susans

 

A blue Mistflower grows along the creek at Hoyles Mill Park

A blue Mistflower grows along the creek at Hoyles Mill Park

 

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