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Friday, March 17, 2017

So much to learn

When I blogged yesterday I didn't even know there was such a thing as bee flies. Learned thanks to Heidi Trudell's comment. Now I may have at least two species of them. The one I posted yesterday, and this one. Unless it's the same species, different sex.

Here's a picture of an Ash-throated Flycatcher that shows the rufous on the primary feathers in a way that I hadn't noticed before.

And another Henry's Elfin. Can't find new stuff so have to post the same old stuff. But this species flies just a short while in the spring so I can't resist.

Claret Cup bloom

American Lady butterfly
My family from Austin is here over spring break enjoying our wonderful weather and scenery.

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