Big black bugs
Thank you for submitting the photos for an id. That is a blister beetle in the genus Meloe which are commonly called oil beetles. They are called oil beetles because they release hemolymph droplets from their joints when disturbed. the droplets contain a chemical that can cause blistering of the skin and painful swelling. Members of this genus are typically flightless with shortened outter wings (elytra).
Here is some additional information including distribution. https://www.insectidentification.org/insect-description.asp?identification=Oil-Beetle