Honey Bee and Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly

This honey bee has found a paradise at a local nursery.

This honey bee found a paradise at a local nursery.

After waiting in vain with my camera for butterflies to pass through my neighborhood a few weeks ago, I went to a very large local nursery that features hundreds of thousands of plants.  (It sounds as if I spend way too much time chasing butterflies……)  Even there, I didn’t see many butterflies, so I focused on bees, which were loaded down with bright orange pollen.  For more of my bee and butterfly photos, scroll down to the next post or use my search box for other posts.  Click on the photos for a better view.  If you’ve visited my blog before, you know I’m big on pushing the protection of pollinators.  Here are two informative sites: Monarch Watch and The Pollination Partnership.
So many flowers, so little time.

So many flowers, so little time.

This Cloudless Sulphur butterfly knows where to find lunch.

This Cloudless Sulphur butterfly knows where to find lunch.

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One response to “Honey Bee and Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly

  1. The photos are great. You really did great at taking pictures. I hope you’ll continue taking great pictures.

    Mary from Baie coulissante bois 

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