Fish and Wildlife Service WNS). This bat appeared healthy and we re-located it to a more user friendly location (away from the public) and it was clearly none-to-happy.
A trip to Munns Pond Preserve in Hampton Bays provided great looks at 4 (four!) white-tailed fawns. I have only a couple photos of fawns and am not happy with any of them. For such a popular species, you'd think I would have more chances but I rarely see them in a photographable setting. It is my assumption that these fawns were brought to the rehab center on-site and after being given a clean bill of health they were released in the surrounding woods and decided to stick together (white-tailed deer usually give birth to a single fawn per season, though twins aren't unheard of).
After the fawns came the frogs. I was hoping for the grey-tree frog but it's too late in the season to find them in the water (they have moved up into trees where they are near impossible to find). There were plenty of juvenile green frogs however and this one gave me a decent photo op.