The below photos have been added to their respective sections of the web site in July and August 2017. I assembled them here so you didn't have to hunt for photos scattered on multiple pages.
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Barred yellow butterfly
This moth seemed distinctive with its stripes, but I've not yet found the name.
Note the large dark eye.
The underside of a probably different moth.
(I didn't get an image of the top of it, so harder to identify it, especially when they are so tiny. Its feet are wrapped around a bla of grass.)
Gray Hairstreak butterfly with its distinctive 'tails' visible in both images.
Ornate Bella moth with its yellow-orange tongue extended.
Underside of the Ornate Bella moth.
A long-legged fly.
I've not yet identified this flying critter.
The pterostigma on this female Eastern Amberwing are very red.
A male Halloween pennant dragonfly. (Male wings are more of a reddish hue rather than orange.)
Front view of a different male Halloween pennant dragonfly.
A very wet mockingbird.
This otter stopped to munch its fish. After a few bites, it continued swimming the channel with the fish in its mouth.
(Yes, there are fish that big in the stormwater channels.)
White-top sedge (left photo - July 15, 2017)-(right photo - September 13, 2015)
Blue mistflower (July 15, 2017)
All photos © S. M. Garver