Despite its name, this warbler was in Philly.
A large snapping turtle navigates the path at the Heinz refugue.
In early fall, when this nest box was not serving its intended purpose, a Great Egret found a new use for it, apparently as a soap box.
This Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher was surprised to see me, and I was surprised to see it in this pose.
While not technically within the confines of the refuge, this muskrat was swimming in a small pond on the other side of the airport.
The Downy Woodpecker is our smallest species of woodpecker. This individual is a male, the red patch on its nape indicates its gender.
The cobalt blue back and bright white of the tree swallow makes it one of the more striking and recognizable birds in its genus.
It appears as though I accidentally walked in on this Great Blue Heron, but I assure you he knew I was there.