Back at the Mud Flats

I revisited the same muddy shoreline that I visited yesterday at Lincoln Access, along Saylorville Reservoir in Iowa.

Two bumblebees were still working the remnants of a cattail plant.  Their pollen baskets are loaded.

A weevil wandered along the dried algae covering the soft mud.

And two dainty sulfurs share some mud with a little yellow.

About the roused bear

Nature photographer from central Iowa.
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