Monday, October 12, 2009

Prepare to read a bunch of catch up over the next few days - but not so much tonight. My time in Corpus with Bob was great, both personally and with regard to school and back pack program kick off. I need to be responsible and sleep before the work week starts - but all is very good. One tid bit, at a Corpus birding trail we met a retired entomologist from Wisconsin (warm and delighted, excited, knowledgable, delightful woman) who showed us the tiniest butterfly in the United STates (the Western Pygmy Blue) which is truly tiny and was hiding out in the depths of wildflowers to escape the cool morning. Butterflies our guide taught us, are easy to spot after a cold windy night because they are hungry and out seeking nectar desparately. I didn't know that.

3 comments:

Mary said...

How wonderful to see this tiny butterfly...shown you by a woman from Wisconsin, no less! Made me smile.

Judy Roney said...

I didn't know that butterflies were easy to spot after cold windy nights. How neat that you were shown the smallest butterfly. That would have been fun.

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