White Corporal

Nature in Hopkinton

May 19, 2017

An American lady butterfly at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
An American lady butterfly at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
An American robin at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
An American robin at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A dot-tailed whiteface at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A dot-tailed whiteface at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
An osprey at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
An osprey at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A red-bellied woodpecker at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A red-bellied woodpecker at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A tree swallow at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A tree swallow at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A white corporal at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A white corporal at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A white corporal at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.
A white corporal at Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton, photographed by Steve Forman.

Steve Forman photographed an American lady butterfly, and American robin, a dot-tailed whiteface dragonfly, an osprey, a red-bellied woodpecker, a tree swallow, and a white corporal dragonfly at Mass Audubon's Waseeka Wildlife Sanctuary in Hopkinton.