This spider has an impressive web built in the corner.
Very excited to see a Monarch! This male is missing a chunk from the right hindwing.
Found while gardening.
On honey vine climbing milkweed.
Bad pics, but good enough to see that it's melanistic!
Definitely a pedestrian hazard near the sidewalk.
Grooming itself in the sun.
Two individuals of similar size walking down the alley.
Photos of the flowers. They have a more generic Apocynaceae look to them than Asclepias spp do. Also this is a test to make sure this gets added to the Great Nature Project.
Tree has leaves with no needles and grow alternatively. Leaves are simple, have no teeth or lobes and are heart-shaped with veins branching from the base.
This is just a guess.
Deceased with small puncture wound to r side about 1" down towards tail and behind the front leg. Found on slate walkway of building set in deciduous area. Appears to be approximately 3-4" in length. Color appears to be black withwith faint yellow or white strips. Belly was a silverish white.
# Brown-lined Owlet