More Butterflies from Saturday

Last Saturday I visited Waubonsie State Park.  My post from Sunday shows some of the critters I saw.  Here are some more of the butterflies I saw.

Hackberry emperors were common throughout the wooded areas.

I got some help with the ID on this one.  It is an old, and worn common roadside skipper.

This is a Peck’s skipper.

American snout.

Delaware skipper.

Male Zabulon skipper.

And a trio of silver-spotted skippers.

 

About the roused bear

Nature photographer from central Iowa.
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