Monarch on Milkweed
Yellow-collared Scape Moth
Orange Sulfur on some watermelons
Black and Yellow Garden Spider
Some type of Fritillary
European Honey Bee on a Echinacea Flower
Baby Monarch Caterpillar
Tobacco Hornworm Moth
Ambush Bug crawling up my sock. These guys eat strawberry pests like aphids and beetles and are a welcome sight on our farm.
Recently emerged Black Swallowtail climbing on a monarch butterfly chrysalis. The Swallowtail was found in our garden on parsley.
Black swallowtail chrysalis (Bottom) and Monarch caterpillar (Top)
European Honey Bee’s
A well deserved snack for these hard working honey bee’s!
Wooly Bear Caterpillar in the pollinator garden
Black Swallowtail caterpillar
Great Golden Digger Wasp
Great Golden Digger Wasp in the pollinator patch
Milkweed Tussock Moth
Great Golden Digger Wasp on a mint plant
Red Milkweed Beetle
A fawn white-tail deer checking out our no-till pumpkin planter
The deer got tired just looking at how hard we were working
It was a close call for these Eastern Wild Turkey eggs
Burrowing Bee’s pollinating some early strawberry blossoms
European Honey Bee’s checking out the row cover bags.
Luna Moth on the loading dock at our pack barn
Gary Tree Frog
Bumble Bee on a giant sunflower
Lady Bug on strawberry blossoms. Lady bugs can eat up to 50 aphids (a pest of strawberries) in a day