Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Z” is for …

Heliconius charithonia, commonly known as the Zebra Longwing or Zebra Heliconian, is a species of butterfly belonging to the subfamily Heliconiinae of the Nymphalidae. It was declared the official butterfly for the state of Florida in the United States in … Continue reading

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X Factor Love Each dragonfly’s tail fits perfectly into the head of it’s own species.  Dragonflies after mating, stay interlocked, the male’s “tale” in the females head. He then accompanies her while she lays the now fertilized eggs.  Sometimes you … Continue reading

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Feel free to check two live cams of a pair of Herons stationed in Ithaca, NY. with Cornell Lab. It is fascinating and the best REALITY TV you’ll ever witness! Be a part of History being made as this is … Continue reading

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Always love trekking on our nature trails, camera in hand, nature always fulfills!

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