I went to a really fun career day this morning at DP Morris Elementary -- I think lots of young naturalists should come out of that school! Well, ok, so the big animal stickers that I brought may have helped a bit too... ;)
Explored this little pond by the apartments after for a few moments.
Found in the garage at work while it rained and rained outside. :)
Sceliphron is a genus of Hymenoptera of the Sphecidae family of wasps, commonly referred to as mud daubers. They are solitary and build nests made of mud. Nests are frequently constructed in shaded niches, often just inside of windows or vent openings, and it may take a female only a day to construct a cell requiring dozens of trips carrying mud. Females will add new cells one by one to the nest after each cell is...