On a recent birding exposition we saw more butterflies than birds - and I have no idea what most of them are - but I'm sure Megan does. So Megan, these are for you.
I actually took this picture in our back yard. This pretty little guy likes our Bottle Brush bush.
Butterflies are difficult to photograph as they rarely sit still.
I love the way this Long-tailed Skipper blends with the background of dried leaves.
This must be some kind of Swallowtail.
We have lots of Bluebirds here in Florida - and I loved the way this one looked with the bright red berries.
We also have our share of spiders. Bill was giving this big boy (he was HUGE) a closer look.
A Yellow-rumped Warbler - fairly common around here.
This is the first Eastern Towhee I've seen this year. He was off in the distance - but identification is easy with his distinctive markings.