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N 57 B 344 C 14 E Aug 22, 2019 F Aug 22, 2019
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Interesting fact: House Wrens are fiercely territorial, they have been known to destroy bluebird and other cavity nester's eggs by piercing them, and then often removing the eggs from the nest.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Bill McDonald Wildlife Photography House Wren Wren bird avian August 2019 Ontario Canada perched perching songbird

N 55 B 426 C 19 E Aug 17, 2019 F Aug 17, 2019
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Hemaris thysbe, the hummingbird clearwing, is a moth of the family Sphingidae. Coloration varies between individuals, but typically the moth is olive green and burgundy on its back, and white or yellow and burgundy on the underside. Its wings are transparent with a reddish-brown border

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Hummingbird Clearwing Moth Moth Bill McDonald Nature Photography flower Bee Balm insect Ontario flying hovering August 2019

N 41 B 576 C 15 E Aug 5, 2019 F Aug 5, 2019
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Ambush bug, (subfamily Phymatinae), that hide on flowers or other plant parts, from which they ambush their prey. When prey approaches closely enough, the ambush bug grasps it with its front legs.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

N 59 B 640 C 15 E Aug 1, 2019 F Aug 1, 2019
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The Lance-tipped Darner is the one of largest and fastest flying North American dragonflys.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Lance-tipped Darner Dragonfly TEKFX Bill McDonald bugs insects

N 37 B 440 C 11 E Jul 30, 2019 F Jul 30, 2019
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Buffalo Treehopper Nymph .. a very interesting looking small bug - about 5 or 6mm long, aptly named for its humped back that resembles it's namesake.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved


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