Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Monday Farm Photo: Flash of Butterfly Brilliance


I Love That Splash of Red

Want to catch more flutterbys? No net required!
4/10/06:
Look What Landed At My Feet
5/11/06:
Butterfly Conference
5/11/06: My Good Deed For The Day
6/22/06:
Farms Depend On Pollinators
6/23/06:
You Can't Have Too Many Pollinators Around
6/24/06: Butterflies & Sheep & I Love Spiderwort
6/28/06:
Butterfly Paradise
6/29/06:
Obsessed With Bunnies & Butterflies
7/08/06:
The Stuff Of Life
7/16/06:
Butterfly Bonanza
8/26/06: Butterfly Photos Are Better Than Nothing
8/14/07: Joint Pollination Task Force
9/11/07: Welcoming Autumn with Open Arms
9/27/07: The Squash Blossom Butterfly
1/1/08: Fortunately All Flowers Look Perfect to Pollinators
5/8/08: Luna Moth Love (and an amazing butterfly book)
7/8/08: Winged Spectacular

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8 comments:

  1. Pretty! Our Painted Ladies and Western Tiger Swallowtails are starting to flit around now too.

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  2. Oh what a beautiful butterfly! I've never seen one like it!

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  3. So ticks don't count as annoying? Beautiful flutter bye there - and yes we missed you - figuring soon for the lambing right? Recent descent into wintry misery hit you too? I'm ready for my part of the globe to be a bit warmer - thankeweverymuch

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  4. wow. you have some amazing butterflies on your farm! they're beautiful!! and you've captured som fabulous shots!! i went back and looked at all your old ones... wonderful!!

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  5. I haven't seen any butterflies yet, but I did see my first 2 robins on sunday...come on spring!

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  6. Thanks so much for the great butterfly photos. For the past year or so, I have been enjoying them and using them as my desktop background. It perks up the day to look at them from time to time. I recently moved to Kansas City (from San Diego, where I had no yard) and am looking forward to planting some of my own butterfly-attracting flowers (purple cone flowers, milkweed, daisys, etc.). I hope I will be lucky enough to take some great photos too. But I will still look forward to reading your blog. :)

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  7. Wow! Is this a current photo of a butterfly? It must be warming up around you - how lucky for you!

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  8. I think this butterfly's twin was over at my house this weekend. I have a picture on my blog too, and then I saw it's twin over here. This is the first time I've seen a butterfly like this around here. I wonder what it is?
    Tammy

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