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Enjoying Little Things in the Garden

Dateline:  April 25, 2014*

I started a blog series in January 2013 that I call “Central Florida Critter of the Day”. I publish a photo highlighting the fauna of Florida, be it insect, spider, bird, mammal, reptile…you get the idea.  784 more words

Butterfly

Insect Politics: Trump's Hairdo Inspires Scientists

A small moth, with a tiny wingspan of only 0.4 inches has been named after Donald Trump.

Close up, you can see why the winged creature has caught the name – with its mop of blonde-white scales covering its head in a comb-over Trump-like fashion. 504 more words

Economy/Politics

Let's learn about the Life Cycle of a Butterfly! (PreK-1st Grade)

Explore a butterfly’s life cycle in detail, including all four stages of life with this unit download!

This download includes 49 student pages and by the end of your study, students will know all about the life cycle of the butterfly! 243 more words

SHANGRI-LA # DAILY HAIKU CHALLENGE

Monarch butterfly
Among ripe orange blossoms
Citrus Nirvana

Day 155/365 – Morgan’s #DailyHaikuChallenge. Join in and link back to her blog.

POETRY

Katie, Katie, how does your garden grow?

Not quite with silver bells, cockle shells or pretty maids all in a row.

My garden is a stark landscape of bark, dead plants (from last year’s attempt at becoming green-fingered), dog poo and my daughter’s ‘outside toys’. 394 more words

Alan Titchmarsh

BE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR THE RED-BANDED HAIRSTREAK

For the past several weeks, one of the most common butterflies in my backyard has been the red-banded hairstreak. Although, I expect to see this butterfly later in the year, it appeared earlier than normal in my Middle Georgia backyard. 303 more words

Butterflies

A day out at Butterfly Creek

Auckland Butterfly Creek is one of those popular hotspots which appears when you search Google for “Places to see in Auckland” or “Around Auckland Airport”. 123 more words

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