Here are two different Lupine’s I saw on a recent walk here in northern Arizona. They are Silvery Lupine and Shortstem Lupine. Similar leaves, yet the height of the plant and the size of the flower clusters show the biggest differences.
Here are some Lesser Goldfinches in the flowers in my back yard.
Here is a Honeybee on a blooming Prickly Pear cactus. Honeybees are found throughout the world. In North America honeybees are found everywhere in the U.S. and southern Canada that has flowers in a habitat, such as meadows, gardens, or open woodlands. They are pollinators. These bees are very social and the drones work together… Read More A HONEYBEE
Here is a Western Painted Turtle I saw in northern Arizona. Read a little about them here: WESTERN PAINTED TURTLE