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Category Archives: Insects
He was my go to person and expert when it came to identifying butterflies and a renowned English geologist. He was part of our wedding. We both enjoyed having a pint at the pub or wherever the pint may have … Continue reading
This is the last day of July and yet another month under the cloud of a virus and all of the other things that have made this year what it has been. I won’t go into that but you know! … Continue reading
“Bees do have a smell, you know, and if they don’t they should, for their feet are dusted with spices from a million flowers.” ― Ray Bradbury Teri 📷
It’s a Monday monarch on a milkweed day! That’s a lot of alliteration isn’t it? Teri 📷 Want to see where this butterfly flutters? Come visit What’s Happening Ohio and see!
The calendar has announced that here in this hemisphere we have just entered the season of fall. But as we all know, no matter what the calendars say, nature may and often says something different. Nature has been known to … Continue reading
The goal for the day was to go out and try to track and capture birds in flight but I found myself drawn to my old favorites of butterflies and bees and as we were in an area that was … Continue reading
Little ones – dragonflies to be exact 😉 Teri 📷
Is that even a word? It will have to do for my purpose here which is to share with you this beautiful creature that so obligingly let me follow it around a garden of flowers in a local park; it … Continue reading
Nothing that any of us know of as of yet (new words seem to be created each year) but in this case, what’s orange is this lovely Grand Orange Tip butterfly. I wonder why it’s a “grand” orange tip and … Continue reading