Saw several robins on the June Lake Loop.
At or just beyond edge of plot below rocky outcrop. Tree in full bloom and part way leafing out. Tree height approximately 40 ft.
Acc'd to our database: 'pollinated by swallowtails...' . This a tantalizing thought! But I've not seen swallowtails on this trail, unless you count Parnassians.
Pika calls heard from this location
Two males; and what I think a lady copper in a poor third photo.
Along the high trail, these were flying upslope; passing through swarms of nectaring Sierran Percopids...
Looks to me like the typical Hemileuca hera? I thought that one was more in Oregon. Since it's so pretty, I'll just post it to bug guide and get their input.