Thursday, April 25, 2019

The Red Admiral Butterfly

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The Red Admiral Butterfly

I have noticed many wonderful butterflies this spring season.  A few weeks ago I captured (on camera) the "Question Mark Butterfly" and today it is the "Red Admiral".  The Red Admiral Butterfly (or Vanessa atalanta) mainly resides in warmer areas but in spring migrates to more northern areas.  This butterfly species enjoys fruit blossoms, stinging nettle and false nettel.  It lives in moist wooded areas.  This butterfly was fluttering around so quickly which unfortunately resulted in fuzzy, unclear pictures.

Click on the following titles to view other butterflies that I've captured in my garden (previous years):
Find the Crawlers & Critters
Bees & Butterflies Love Sunflowers
The Question Mark Butterfly


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by Angie Ouellette-Tower for photo IMG_2971_zpsa4k223n3.jpg



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