Wednesday, April 3, 2013

American Rubyspot


Aww man, I don't have a laptop or internet access so my online time is quick and not-so-often. (and also, the closest place for me to get online has blogger blocked)  The field season is off to a good start, though everything, everything!! (err..birds I mean) is acting sort of weird and late this year. Finally got some of that rain stuff though which will hopefully bring out some more food for the warblers and vireos. For now, here's an American Rubyspot!

7 comments:

biobabbler said...

Gorgeous! We finally got rain too, and thank heaven, 'cause I'm leading a mushroom hike Saturday. I can imagine leading a group of bored and increasingly resentful strangers pointing to different rotting logs, piles of duff, and cow pies saying "that's where mushrooms might be if we had any rain."

Looking forward to anything you post, whenever you can. Always enjoy it. =) xo

Barb said...

Ruby is looking at me! We got 7" of new snow last night. It's springtime in the Rockies!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

It sure is a beauty of an insect, or is that what it is...is is very cool! Miss you!

stefano mazzei said...

wooow ...very impressive !

Janie said...

What an interesting-looking critter. We could use some rain around here. No insects are out yet.

ladyfi said...

Wow - great shot!

Laloofah said...

What a fantastic photo! Looks like you and your damselfly friend were staring eyeball to eyeball!

Bummer about your very limited internet availability, and especially about the Blogger-blocking, especially now that spring is here and your critter and flower photos will be abundant! But, enjoy the seclusion and profusion - it'll be fun to catch up on everyone you photographed when you're back in civilization. :-)