Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Tuckerjr, Dec 2, 2015.
1. Wood Stork
2. White Ibis Juvenile
3. Long-Tailed Skipper Moth
4. Royal Tern
great shots, is that a butterfly moth.
Danny it is a Long-Tailed Skipper Moth. Thank you for the compliments
lol, i meant to say humming bird moth.. not butter fly moth. i saw a humming bird moth over the summer, wish i would have had a camera with me. i do not see many moths around here.
your welcome, your posting some great images.
Thank you sir.
Very nice! Do you have IDs, especially for the 1st?
Baturn yes I do & sorry I forget to do that every time. I will edit now....thank you
Again, very nice. Thanks for the IDs. I don't think I've ever seen a Wood Stork and did not recognize the Ibis as a juvenile.
Thank you for reminding me to put ID's. I use the mobile App & I forget to add
Nice captures but under-sharpened, imo.
Separate names with a comma.