We saw naturalists observing and collecting data on butterflies at Maple Pass in the North Cascades. This is a photo of a butterfly with surrounding habitat.
my friend caught a spider
it's a bee.
it has a big butt.
By the look of the web, it must've caught and eaten something long before I took the picture. (Note: I held a leaf behind it to get a good contrast with my camera.)
Saw it during the night in the bushes.
Saw this guy hop out of a pile of leaves while I was raking them.
Just hanging there
Juvenile male or female, 2
Bumblebee pollinating the flowers. Carrying visible orange "thing" (pollen/flowers?) on its backside.
This picture is a year old:
Saw the baby bird out of the window and had to get a closer look at it. It wasn't afraid of me even as I got closer to take a picture. The parent was on the right-hand side watching over (that's why he was looking at that direction). I was able to pet it for a few seconds and then went off... I still see it visiting once in a while to this day.
Tiny with black and white striped/patterned body. Black eyes, and translucent legs.
Light grey body mostly with dark Grey head and tail, purple chest, and black wing tips.
Midsized bird with black shiny feathers, black eyes and a black beak.
it is a black/grey pigeon.
it's a black bird.
walking instead of flying
i don't know why.
it's a bug.
it has 6 legs and two antennae.
it's a cat.
not so active.
a spotty pattern on a black fur.
it has a tongue sticking out.
Very tiny bug with black and white splotchy wings and wiry antennas. Legs are light brown and translucent in the sun.
The squirrels were seen in the park seeking the food out.