There aren't many butterflies here, and most of those around are pretty ragged around the edges. Here are a couple of crescents from yesterday and today.
And here's a female Orange Sulphur that I tried unsuccessfully to make into a Clouded Sulphur, which would have been a lifer for me. The dark dots near the fringe of the forewing disabused me of that notion though.
I did find a pair of mating Variegated Meadowhawks. I'm not fast enough to get decent flight shots of it.
UPDATE: Odonata Central, an online database that I consider to be like a records committee, has accepted my submission of Striped Saddlebags. That makes it official! I can count it as a lifer.