We did not spot much wild life although we could hear a cacophony of bird call. What was also strange for this time of year is that we spotted no deer or squirrels. I would also have expected the streams and marsh areas to contain fish or amphibia but we saw none of that either. Perhaps it was the time of day. Animals and insects may be avoiding the noon-time sun.
This was the sharpest photograph I took during the entire hour we spent walking around.
I have no idea what kind of butterfly this. Please let me know if you do.
UPDATE: One of my friends on Facebook has informed me that this is an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail. This specimen is a dorsal female.