Syrphid Fly on True Forget-Me-Not wildflowers
This syrphid fly, a bee mimic, is hard at work on wildflowers (True Forget-Me-Not) in southern Ontario.
Bumblebee on wildflowers (1)
A bumblebee busy at work on an Ontario wildflower.
Bumblebee on wildflowers (2)
A bumblebee busy collecting nectar from an Ontario wildflower.
Monarch Butterfly photographed in the Rouge National Urban Park.
Black Swallowtail Butterfly
One of the more common butterflies found in southern Ontario, Canada. Photographed in the Rouge National Urban Park.
Northern Pearly-Eye Butterfly
A Northern Pearly-Eye Butterfly photographed in the Rouge National Urban Park, Canada.
The Painted Turtle is one of the most common turtles in North America. This one is enjoying the spring sunshine at a pond in Markham, Ontario.
Full moon emerging from cloud cover
The full moon emerges from a thin veil of clouds.
Syrphid Fly on wildflowersbee mimicfly gathering pollen