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Photography => Ontario Birds => Topic started by: Ally on June 02, 2021, 01:59:52 pm

Title: Humber River Trail June 2 Butterflies and ladybug
Post by: Ally on June 02, 2021, 01:59:52 pm
The killdeer got fed well today!
Title: Re: Humber River Trail June 2 Butterflies and ladybug
Post by: Ally on June 02, 2021, 02:00:54 pm
So are the kids of the song sparrow. Who is that on top of that branch?
Title: Re: Humber River Trail June 2 Butterflies and ladybug
Post by: Ally on June 02, 2021, 02:02:38 pm
The gosling only got through half of his yoga session
Title: Re: Humber River Trail June 2 Butterflies and ladybug
Post by: Ally on June 02, 2021, 02:03:28 pm
Butterflies are nice
Title: Re: Humber River Trail June 2 Butterflies and ladybug
Post by: Shortsighted on June 02, 2021, 02:42:51 pm
You are like the Energizer bunny, you keep going and going. This FC is probably a Willow. The blue butterfly looks like a Celastrina echo and the other one with the blue patch is unknown to me. Some of these blue butterflies are either endangered or gone. Once again, way to go. I've seen maybe three butterflies this spring: two Mourning cloak and a single Tiger swallowtail. Nothing around here except Gypsy moth caterpillars hanging from every tree and asking for hand-outs. The neighbourhood has really gone down hill.
Title: Re: Humber River Trail June 2 Butterflies and ladybug
Post by: Ally on June 02, 2021, 04:43:35 pm
I did some searching, I think the brown little butterfly with yellow and white patches is called Silver-spotted skipper butterfly.
Title: Re: Humber River Trail June 2 Butterflies and ladybug
Post by: thouc on June 03, 2021, 11:27:57 am
I think the flycatcher is an Eastern Wood-Pewee, looks long-winged and has a bit of vested appearance.


Nice variety as usual.