It was going in and out of a hole in the log in the background. Note the orange legs and blue iridescent wings.
I think this is a mason bee.
Here's their nest and it's above our office door. Studies say they build nests close to human activity.
Un habitat donde encontre varias de estas avispa, segun mis investigaciones es una Isodontia Mexicana, aunque no tiene pelos en su tórax.
Wasp. I am guessing that it was doing some digging.
Sand wasp, poking around at the ground.
The Sphecidae (Latreille, 1802) are a cosmopolitan family of wasps that include digger wasps, mud daubers, and other familiar types that all fall under the category of thread-waisted wasps. Both of the traditional definitions of the Sphecidae (the conservative one, where all the sphecoid wasps other than ampulicids and heterogynaids were in a single large family, and the more refined one, where the seven large sphecid subfamilies were each elevated to family rank) have recently been...