Skipper butterflies on Celosia (Cockscomb) flowers at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
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So that’s what they are called! I see a lot of these little butterflies on many plants in my garden at this time of year.
Skippers are abundant in my garden as well. They’re pretty easy to photograph, too–not as skittish as some. Cabbage White Butterflies are by far the hardest to photograph—they’re like hummingbirds; always in motion!
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