Cabbage White Up Close

DSC_0202 (2)Here is the most common butterfly in our yard, the cabbage white. So far, I have seen lots of honey bees, but few butterflies. However, there are slews of oak moths fluttering around this area. The moth explosion, triggered by people opting against spraying their oaks, has allowed the bee population to flourish since the insecticide used is harmful to bees. We don’t spray. Life goes on.

2 responses to “Cabbage White Up Close”

  1. It’s sometimes hard to just let nature be nature….but it is so beautiful!

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