The American Robin is a common bird throughout North America. They have distinct dark orange reddish breast with a dark gray head and back along with a bright yellow beak. Here are a couple digging around in my yard…


The Field Crescent is of the brush-foot family of butterflies that are about an inch in size. Brush-foots use only their four hind legs for walking and their front feet are half the size and covered with hairs, thus looking like small brushes. Host plants are of the aster family. Here is Field Crescent seen recently… Read More FIELD CRESCENT