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Mark Lowry

Lexington, KY, USA


It’s been very hot and dry the last few weeks in my part
of the country! The last 1.5 weeks there has been a
plethora of migrants passing through. There appears to
a lot a small caterpillars on the Hackberry, Box Elder and
Black Walnut trees that these transients are really feeding on.
Its tough to get clean shots this time of the year with their
frenetic feeding taking place. The are constantly on the move
and not talking much; its all business right now! It’s kind
of tough to positively ID some of the juveniles and females
right now as well; but that’s part of the challenge/fun! I’m
not even 100% sure of the ID on this one to be honest.

Maybe It’s Hiding Under Here?!

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