Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Little Wood Satyrs at BHCL

Butterfly species are becoming more varied as the season continues to unfold.  Today, Common Ringlets and Little Wood Satyrs were flying throughout the meadows, along with Clouded Sulphurs, Cabbage Whites, Juvenal's Duskywings, Pearl Crescents, and Silvery Blues.  It really is a fun time of year to take a walk in a meadow!

Common Whitetail (I think)

Dwarf Cinquefoil

Little Wood Satyr


Eastern Bluebird

Common Ringlet
(look at that eye!)


Indigo Bunting

Eastern Painted Turtle (trying to hide from me)

It's also Iris season, and boy, are they beautiful!  These were at Wildwood Cemetery in Ashland.

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