I have gotten some pics of critters in the last few days.
Starting with June 2:
I was excited to see monarch eggs on the wild milkweed that was planted by nature in the curb bed.
I found several caterpillars.
After taking this photo of the spider looking like it was about to eat the caterpillar on the left, I flicked the spider off to go find something else to eat. I'm trying to decide if I should purchase an enclosure to keep predators from a few caterpillars. There probably is not enough milkweed to cover too many, though. Do you know what kind of spider this is?
I think this is the daddy long legs type of critter my son identified for me last year.
People have let me know what kinds of bees I've had, but I have trouble remembering.
The next couple are from 6/3. I think this is a sulphur, but it could be a white.
This ant on our porch step didn't seem to notice me.
The birds love to perch on the arbor, and we end up with a dirty sidewalk below.
The monarch caterpillars are not larger than the other day, so I'm thinking the others have gotten eaten, and new ones are hatching.
I saw a couple lady bugs at this photo session. This one is on liatris.
I saw bees on lots of flowers, but most of the photos didn't turn out.
I saw a couple more of these daddy long legs type of critter, but just included one more photo.
What are these on the moonflower?
The kale blooms sure are loved by insects!
Can you see 2 bees in this photo with the lamb's ear?
Across the street, a robin was pulling out small branches, I assume, for a nest.
To see more critters, or find out how to post yours, click on the Camera Critters button in the sidebar, and be sure to visit Misty Dawn's post, as she is the host.