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All photos were taken on our July 12, 2021 hike through Bunchberry Meadows and Tucker’s Field.
Summer walks here are filled with birdsong, rustling in the woods, slithering snakes, hopping rabbits, chattering squirrels and the flutter and buzz of insect life. The main drawback is that the leafy forest canopy and undergrowth make it difficult to capture images of the birds and animals. Insects on the other hand are real posers.
Below are the shots I captured on this day.
A selection of butterflies
Immature wooly bear caterpillars. They will have an orange center stripe later on in their cycle. Two of the three were just sitting there, but the last one was really motoring along