Here are some variances of two butterflies that look a lot alike. Both American Ladies and Painted Ladies are found throughout North America. Both species are salmon colored with black splotches on the top wings. The main difference are prominent markings of the hind wings, the Painted Ladies have four small eyespots, while the American… Read More LADIES
Here are some autumn yellows in the Verde Valley and Sedona, Arizona area this past week. Many of the trees in the area are Cottonwoods.
The American Robin is a common bird throughout North America. They have a distinct dark orange reddish breast with a dark gray head and back along with a bright yellow beak. They are seen in yards and gardens, as well as woodland and mountain areas. They will fly among trees and hop around on the… Read More A ROBIN
Here is a Desert Cottontail. I see them in various places in northern Arizona. I have written about them here: DESERT COTTONTAIL