Monday, July 21, 2014

Spot The Pollinator #10

I am all about butterflies this week.  After waiting all summer for them to arrive, they are flitting about here and there.  Often, butterflies - and all insects - move so fast that taking a photograph is the only way to correctly identify them.  For instance, number one and three here were just bits of blue fluff before my camera froze them in time.

Common-Checkered Skipper

Sandhill Skipper

Gray Hairstreak


Common buckeye sunning itself.

This is what is fluttering about in my neck of the woods. What is going on in yours?  Please link up your photos or share them on social media with the hashtag #SpotThePollinator.


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