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Butterfly season has lasted longer than usual this year. Yesterday
the apple trees were host to well over a dozen butterflies: these yellow
swallowtails, black swallowtails, monarchs, smaller orange butterflies 
(viceroys, I think) as well as bees, bumblebees and other 
pollinators. It was incredible to stand next to the tree
and have them all flit and fly around me.

While I stood as still as I could, taking these photos, a small bird with a tufted head
landed in the tree and hopped around for several minutes. 
I wasn't able to get a photo though.

This was such an awesome experience!

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