Got an inch of snow, and my snow trap collected about 3 linear feet of snow. Also, got first sighting on this thing. Also sighted a similar species.with yellow instead of orange legs. This specimen has been cut in half and has it wings clipped and is the first I found that I actually triedContinue reading “First snow sticks and wasp looking bug”
I hope everyone had a great Canadian Thanksgiving amd celebrated with lots of food. As usual, I opt out of the Canadian Thanksgiving and celebrate the American Thanksgiving in November because my harvest always pushes late and have no time to sit around being thankful when I have a bunch of stuff to.do. Hopefully byContinue reading “Happy Thanksgiving To Family And Friends”
Perspective makes this shot great.
This guy was looking quite gay as he sat atop a grizzled and bleached fence post on a warm September day in Canada. He wasn’t camera shy and was unlike the more common brittle grasshoppers, kind of more elite, like a fixed wing aircraft that had been beefed up. His wings were also thinner andContinue reading “DARK GREEN GRASSHOPPER WITH BIG EYES”
This Spider was also a first sighting and different from the other Yellow Spiders, however was similar in that it liked to live on the buds of my plants. This plant is a Merrigold Flower, which was smelling thick with perfume weeks before blooming. Underneath are some small purple flowers that had two blooms, whileContinue reading “Yellow Spider”
The Wild Rose is naturally spiky, with slivers and thorns potentially biting you, but this gymnast manages to hug the stem of another plabt while reaching across to not only eat the leaf, but camoflague itself quite expertly.