Thursday, September 26, 2013


just seem to increase this time of the year. (mine included)
Seed pods and flower heads are getting their share of  hungry
critters, all in a rush to prepare for the  next stage of life.

Large milkweed bugs dining on a Honeyvine
Milkweed seed pod.

Milkweed Tiger Moth caterpillars dine on an 
adjoining pod.


  1. Beautiful photos and so full of information from the Nature Guru.

  2. Ima, never saw those red bugs. There is a saying about a catterpilla
    that if it is a furry one and the fur is brown (or black) you will have a tough winter. I forgot I have big ones dark brown and red.Hope it's not lots of snow this year. yvonne