Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Back to BHCL

The clouds starting breaking up just about the time I wanted to take my lunch break, so I took a walk at Breakneck Hill and had very good nature sightings!

Eastern Tailed-Blue
(in the mud in the parking lot)

a bloom in the new pollinator garden

first of year Common Wood Nymph!

another Eastern Tailed-Blue

Queen Anne's Lace is starting to bloom


Downy Woodpecker
I also got a very grainy photo of it coming out of this hole.

Baltimore Oriole

Indigo Bunting

Snowberry Clearwing Moth

Gray Hairstreak

I included this picture because I love how the false eyes at his rear are highlighted.

again, just because

Eastern Bluebird
Oh, please, look this way!

After work, I went back for a second helping of BHCL beauty.  

Gray Catbird

Great Spangled Fritillaries


Grapeleaf Skeletonizer Moth

 Either Grape or Rose Plume Moth on Dogbane

Little Brown Job (a skipper butterfly, variety unknown)
I think it is a Tawny-Edged Skipper

Black Raspberries  -  Yum!

I love this land.  So pretty and so full of treasures!

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