Dawn and I caught the last of the sunflowers this year at McKee-Beshers WMA. They were already fading heads down heavy with seeds. According to the website "Located on River Road in Western Montgomery County, McKee-Beshers WMA is a 2,000-acre tract in a mixture of woodlands, fields, wooded bottomland and managed wetland impoundments (green-tree reservoirs). The WMA shares a common boundary with the National Park Service Chesapeake and Ohio Canal to the south and borders Seneca Creek State Park, a 1,200-acre public hunting area, on the east."
Here are some photos from that outing. How come sunflowers always make you happy?