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Fruit At Horstings Brittle Prickly Pear Flowering Burned Forest Kids Swimming In Lake Smoke Coming Down Canyon Slopes Meshed With Cow Trails Male Bighorn Sheep Checking Me Out The Very Smokey Chasm Walking Near Canyon Horseback On Forest Trail Claira On Floating Ring Nara On Her Horse Pickleweed Veggie Tacos At Desert Hills Kids Wrapped In Towels Smoke From Forest Fire Roadside Lupins Looking At Stones Grasshopper Blending In Osprey On Nest Kids In Front Of Talking Rock Car Ferry On Fraser Cisco Bridges Namesless Pond Murray Creek Falls Crack Mined Out Fireweed Bighorn Sheep And Lambs Grocery Shopping With Wagon Sean at Dairy Queen Lake Kamloops Panorama Curious Osprey Family Sagebrush Mariposa Lily Sagebrush At Lac Du Bois Common Opal Kids Finding Crystals Adult Osprey On Sign Helen And Kids At Margaret Falls Hot Water Waterfall Suspension Bridge At Hells Gate Maidenhair Fern Growing Out Of Tunnel Wall Start of Hike GPS Receivers Bromley Rock View From Fire Lookout Helen Stretching Her Gastrocnemius American Robin On Nest Mount Enas Fire Post Fire Campsite Giants Head Looking South Mount Nkwala Scarlet Gilia KVRTunnel Lavendar Farm Basket Of Hot Peppers In The Lake From Trestle Standing On Trestle Bridge Light Purple Grapes Vaseux Lake From Birding Tower American Coot With Juvinile View Into Mira Canyon
Cabbage Whites Mating On Seed Head Not moths - their antenna aren't feathery. This is a male and female mating. Cabbage White's are an invasive (and very plentiful) species.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Cabbage Whites Mating On Seed Head

Immature Cherry-faced Meadowhawk This is the first time I've seen a difference between mature and immature dragonflies. The Immature ones are orange, mature are red.
Tags: insect
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Immature Cherry-faced Meadowhawk

Red-veined Meadowhawkff On Grass Identification came via iNaturalist.
Tags: grass, insect
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Red-veined Meadowhawkff On Grass

Savannah Sparrow On Fence Rail Savannah Sparrow On Fence Rail
Tags: bird, fence
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Savannah Sparrow On Fence Rail

Mormon Fritillary On Alfalfa Fritillary are interesting - you can distinguish them by their wing pattern, but the patterns are quite similar.
Tags: dorsal, insect
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Mormon Fritillary On Alfalfa

Graceful Cinquefoil Those leaves don't go with the flower - I have another photo of the leaves that makes it much easier to identify the species.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Graceful Cinquefoil

European Skipper European Skipper - Invasive Species here.
Tags: dorsal, insect
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > European Skipper

Yellow Salsify Field I remember these giant sized dandelion's when I was a kid. They don't quite blow like dandelion's, but they are huge.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Yellow Salsify Field

Two Ponderosa Pines With Picnic Table Two Ponderosa Pines With Picnic Table
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Two Ponderosa Pines With Picnic Table

Spotted Knapweed On Trail I didn't see Knapweed anywhere else - I wonder if this is a human transported plant.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > Shuswap Camping > Spotted Knapweed On Trail