Edit on 20170817: The page in the title block has been removed and the link to the original article has been repaired. Lesson: Do it right the first time!
For some reason this post ended up in the title block. I know not why … and I don’t know how to fix it … except to put this link in:
I hope that this works!
A fix put in on 20160619:
We saw a lot of late summer activity. Here are the highlights.
This grasshopper’s flight resembles a high speed butterfly. Study grasshoppers.
Keeping track of the photographer…
Last of the milkweed blossoms attracting bees and butterflies in need of nectar …
Pods are forming quickly ..
Yet another nectar source for the last of the Monarchs.
Jewelweed is a well known soother for poison ivy.
Joe pie weed flower head is an uncommon place for a grasshopper.
Joe pie weed just starting to bloom….
On of my favorite summer (and winter indoor) flowers … Pearly everlasting.
A source of nectar for this butterfly (duskywing skipper?)
Stowing proboscis prior to flight ….
Bumble bee visiting purple loosestrife …
This shows why purple loosestrife is considered to be an invasive specie in our wetlands:
After stopping for a “moose tracks” ice cream cone at Moose Lake Trading Post, I headed back to Britt and saw some towering clouds on the northern horizon….. the subject of yet another post to this blog.