While in-between assignments I was able to get some nature photography in! First stop was a quick couple of hours at Citrus Tract in Withlacoochee State Forest. Loads of Southern Dogface butterflies and Pipevine Swallowtails.
The last time I visited Citrus WMA was June 17 and June 20, and there were so many Queens and Bella Moths… only saw a few on this day. As I gather more details I believe this is some good information to keep track of.
An awesome day with my friend Linda in the back roads of Citrus WMA… and another great day celebration National Pollinator Week.
Again a great pollinator day at Citrus WMA…. Loads of Southern Dogface, Queens and the best of all was the Ornate Bella Moths! How often are you able to get that close to a Bella Moth using a 60mm macro lens with a 25 II extension tube?