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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by aman17, Aug 2, 2008.
Well finally a Monarch arrived.Don't know where they are this year.anyone else exprienceing this?
It's the same up here.
I've seen one worn female, probably a migrant, and have heard of only one other positive i.d. in the province. Any milkweeds I've checked showed no signs of caterpillar activity. I miss them.
Same here Larry,Even swallow tails and spice,Well thanks for looking and your input
That's a pretty shot Arnie and a pretty butterfly. I wish we had those.
Gorgeous shot here Arnie. I've not seen any, but I rarely do...
The shot is wonderful, Arnie! I have seen quite a few here this year.
Nice arsty image, well done.
Thanks Torbin,they have been pretty scarce this year.Maybe I should go chase some dragons:smile:
Thanks Rich for the comment,I sure wish they were more plentiful .
Thanks Helen for the kind words.Your so lucky to have them
Great capture Arnie. The monarchs, swallowtails and skippers have been scarce this summer. I finally had a few visitors yesterday. I think the late frost in my area (near the end of May) did a lot of damage. I hope the numbers begin to pick up soon.
Same here. No caterpillars on the milkweed either. No tiger swallowtails. Weird.
Yours is a very nice shot.
Thanks Crystall for the comment.Not much here .I got this one at the local gardens.Looks like a quiet summer.
Thanks Birgit for the nice comment.I guess it's gonna be birds again.Not much else going on yet.
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