And some Tawny caterpillars...
Next is a pupa hull (exuvia) from one that successfully hatched (eclosed).
And here's a Tawny pupa (chrysalis) that was parasitized and failed to eclose. Apparently that's very common.
And here are photos I took of Tawnys at his feeding station. When I shooed them away from the net for a better photo they shot straight to the top of the highest tree. So much for that.
Here's Brian looking for Question Mark caterpillars in a neighbor's hackberry tree. (With neighbor's approval.)
And here is a Question Mark caterpillar on a small hackberry leaf. It's that tiny dark spot on the leaf. I measured it. It's less than 1/8" long.
While I was waiting on Brian to find whatever he was looking for yesterday I shot my best in-flight shot of a Red-Tailed Hawk.