Here's a look at some Sulphur butterflies and some Monarchs. The Sulphur on the top left has
just emerged from it chrysalis (seen on the left of the photo) about 10 to 15 minutes before we
took this picture. The photo on the right shows a Sulphur on one of the nectar plants they like.
The next two photos show a monarch on a Milkweed plant, which is both the Host Plant and the
nectar plant for the Monarch. The photo on the right is one we we refer to as The Four Amigos!
The photo on the bottom-left is of the rather exotic bloom of the Pipevine plant. Quite interesting.
The bottom-right photo is of two Swallowtails recently out of their chrysalises. Uniquely colorful.