Blooming Damianita attracts more than admiring comments from human visitors. A Common Buckeye butterfly has been enjoying nectar.
When closed they are nearly invisible except when Damianita's bright yellow is the background.
Mexican Bird of Paradise also has its share of visitors like this solitary bee.
A bee photobombing my iris photo
Another bee insists on posing in the yellow Opuntia 'Santa Rita' flowers.
Buttlerflies this month include Giant Swallowtail on Gomprena 'Fireworks' which attracts a surprising number of butterflies considering it's not a native plant.
Just love the combination of colors.
An Anole has claimed the Agave ovatifolia.
A Mockingbird serenaded me as I parked my car near the Warrior Family Support Center where I volunteer each week.
Usually they will turn to ham it up for the camera but this one was playing shy.
Guess she likes the new swing as much as we do.
Take a picture next time!
Come back and bring the whole family!
We haven't seen fawns yet but they should begin arriving soon.
Not that we need more deer. The herd is getting quite large again.
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