The elusive Monarch Butterfly visited our backyard. Submitted by Gedas Blekaitis.
Glenn Petersen was out for a walk on his farm and came across this beautiful Monarch butterfly on a Milkweed flower.
Confederation Park, Hamilton. Submitted by Bill Vowles.
“The Scented Garden in Hendrie Park at the RBG served as a stopover for a huge number of Monarch Butterflies”, writes Barbara Philps. “It was truly a spectacular sight!”
The butterfly and the bee decided to have a staring contest. Submitted by Melissa Kleinjan.
I was recently delighted to find this Red Admiral Butterfly enjoying the cherry blossoms at the Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
I watched this stunning Monarch butterfly sunning itself on the Sedum! Submitted by Kathy Pickering.
A Monarch butterfly visiting our back yard before its long migration. Submitted by Sue Connor.
I was not able to tend to my garden most of the summer, but when I was able to water and weed, to my joy, my butterfly bush has grown and is now attracting Monarch butterflies. Submitted by Susan Camposilvan.
“I was working in the yard when this Eastern Swallowtail Butterfly decided to land just a few inches away and pose for a photo,” writes Mike Goodwin. “Good thing I had my phone in my pocket to capture a quick snap before it fluttered away”.