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Morning Glory

I love this Pine Warbler’s bright colors and cheerful song. His appearance makes any morning glorious!   Advertisements

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The Hottest Spot In Town

The Fiery Skippers must have spread the word that my front yard Lantana is the hottest spot in town!  Other butterflies have now started stopping by, like this lovely Spicebush Swallowtail  who dropped in for some nectar nippin’. He was constantly fluttering his … Continue reading

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Sipping in the Sun

My Lantana has been covered with Fiery Skippers lately, busy sipping nectar in the summer sun.  They don’t seem to mind the near hundred degree temperatures in the least. These button-eyed butterflies are fast, flighty, and rarely sit still for … Continue reading

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Will The Real Red-headed Woodpecker Please Stand Up

Whenever I post a picture of a Red-bellied Woodpecker, like the one below, there are folks who wonder, “Why isn’t he called a Red-headed Woodpecker?” Well, that wondering stops when the bird who actually bears that name shows up, as happened … Continue reading

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Daily Dose Of Majesty

I saw this beautiful Gulf Fritillary visiting a neighbor’s Lantana. Wow!  Talk about gorgeous!

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Gorgeous Male Models

The late afternoon sun lit up the runway (otherwise known as my back deck railing) and this gorgeous male model seemed pleased to pose for a few pictures.  I love how his crown looks perfectly styled. Then, just before sunset, I stepped … Continue reading

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Dining Alone

This Red-bellied Woodpecker showed up yesterday and left little room for doubt that he would be dining alone. The recipient of his “Don’t mess with me!” attitude was this Gray Catbird, who was already on the branch when the Woodpecker arrived.  … Continue reading

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