Why don’t we just put a put a bow on this non-bird month. Just sitting here taking a quick break to recover from my morning run. As you know if you read this blog, just sitting around doing nothing isn’t one of my favorite things to do – seems wasteful when there’s so many pictures in the queue! How about we sit here and recover from my morning run while cranking out a post – ahhh, much better.
Today we feature a creature that has a similar characteristic with birds.. albeit a much more fragile version.
That’s right, today we are featuring butterflies. This generally means one thing to me – outings where I didn’t find any birds, dragonflies or frogs. That is usually my progression out in the field. After that you get spiders, insects and last resort a worm. This particular butterfly is called an Orange Sulphur and was shot in Champaign IL.
Hit the jump to see a couple more butterfly specimens!