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Large, pale moth with fuzzy thorax and clean antennae.
Buttery yellow flowers on a tall-stemmed stalk. Unknown sp.
A true bug of some sort?
Fly of some sort. Robber fly?
A common songbird throughout North America. Named for their constant ...
A rare vagrant to Georgia. I was lucky to have this one reported just five ...
A common woodpecker in Southern Pine forests with a very striking plumage.
Small, yellow-green, and striped.
Female Sachem nectaring at a Lantana in
Small metallic green bee.
On the ground in deciduous woodland
Two large bats flying in Hephzibah, GA
Adult sitting on my brother's window.
Small bronze fly
Common (way too common, imo) fly found throughout the world.
Medium-sized caterpillar, brownish-gray with a yellow marking and a white stripe
Would like to know which. Not sure where to start!
Small tan moth with dark patches and white fringing.
Not sure on the species. Fairly small (~3cm), found on my Lantana.
A type of Dung Beetle.
Adult male at my birdbath in Hephzibah, GA.
Either P. oileus, or P. communis. Awaiting ID.
My late dog of 13 years, Max. RIP buddy. :(
A large female Lynx Spider in my kitchen
Large, colorful grasshopper.
A woody-stemmed, extensive vine with large bright green leaves.
Two tiny flies mating. Any clue which genus/species?
Skinny stalks topped with blue flowers.
An ornamental topiary in my yard. Pink, fringed petals.
Not sure on species. Sorry, no closer photos.
An all-too common insect. Considered a pest.
A medium-sized moth hanging out on my drapes.
A nonbreeding male American Goldfinch at my feeding station.
A robber fly perched on my Lantana.
A bee fly nectaring at my lantana plant.
A female Common Whitetail sunning on my walkway, Jul 2011.
A female Whirlabout nectaring at my lantana.
Fiery Skippers clowning around my lantanas. I suspect promiscuous activity.
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