Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Back to Southborough


Little Wood Satyr

 Wild Turkey

Multiflora Rose (a nasty invasive with a very pretty perfume)

European Skipper

Chipping Sparrow


 possible Long Dash
(Skipper ID is a real challenge for me)


Meadow Garlic

closer look at garlic bloom

Common Ringlet

Blue-Eyed Grass

Indigo Bunting

Wild Geranium

 European Skipper

Great Spangled Fritillary
(on dog poop)


Eastern Tailed-Blue

Hairy Woodpecker at nest hole

After work, I found myself heading over to Southborough once again, but this time to the Caterpillar Lab open house.

Regal or Royal Walnut Moth



This was the cutest one, a mini dragon, and I didn't record its name!

Tobacco Hornworm

Pipevine Swallowtail cats

Question Mark cats

 This one had the best camouflage.  Looks just like the branch it was crawling on.

Luna Moth

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