On a recent walk, near my home, I saw this young American Robin, along with various flowers and weeds.
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
It’s Summer Solstice, go out and get some nature therapy! Here are some flowers from a walk in the woods for #naturetherapy part seven. The flowers are Silvery Lupine, Butter & Eggs, and Western Blue Flag iris.
Here is an old photo of a cool Zebra Swallowtail. The wing shape has long tails. They are found in eastern North America- southeast Canada and eastern U.S. Zebra Swallowtails are dramatic flyers, at times called a Kite swallowtail. The caterpillars are green and the host plants are various pawpaws.