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Recent Butterflies

The last couple of days has been very hot with strong winds.  The winds make the butterflies less likely to fly around like they normally do.  When they do take to the wing they are obviously bothered by it.  They … Continue reading

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Even More Butterflies

If you have been following my comments, you might think that red admirals are the only butterflies around.  That could not be farther from the truth.  There have been greater than normal numbers of several species of butterfly.  You do … Continue reading

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Dog and Butterfly: Photography

With apologies to Heart for using the name of one of their famous albums–this post is about how my dog interferes with butterfly photography. This is Mackie.  He runs ahead of me when I walk and pees in my path.  He rolls … Continue reading

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