A Record Day

Yesterday, the 26th of September, on a long walk through residential neighborhoods near our central Ohio home and then along a city park bordering our local reservoir we saw more Monarch butterflies than we’ve ever seen in one day.

. . . and it wasn’t as though we were just looking for Monarchs, Great Egret along the Scioto.

If we had kept counting the final tally would have been over 30 with four seen on just one small cluster of asters. At a time when their demise is often, perhaps accurately, predicted, it was nonetheless cause for real celebration.

Monarch Butterfly, Griggs Reservoir Park rain garden.
A shadow embellishes an already beautiful butterfly, (photo by Donna).
Three in view, (photo by Donna)
Posing, (photo by Donna)

On what seemed like it would be an ordinary September day in our “ordinary’ part of the world we found ourselves enchanted.

Thanks for stopping by.

4 Comments on “A Record Day

  1. Beautiful photos such as these encourage the rest of us to be more attentive to the nature which surrounds us!

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