Texas Butterfly

Sleepy Orange Eurema nicippe The Sleepy Orange is more yellow than orange and isn’t lazy from what I can tell. Some think it got its name from the small black marks...

This small crescent can be found everywhere but the panhandle. Its distinguishing feature is a cream colored band on the upper forewing.

Long-tailed Skippers are aptly named, although you'll occasionally find them without their tails. Their iridescent green backs provide a flash of color as they skip around your garden.

A look back at April 2020. Nothing like a global pandemic to help you get around to a project you’ve been considering for a while. One month in and the blog...