A Monarch Butterfly that I saw up to the family farm a week ago. I'm starting to see a few more of them every day now in my area of New York State.
I think this is a Common Sootywing Skipper Butterfly That is Quit common up to the family farm in my area. This one is feeding on the nectar of a Red Clover plant that grows all over the back fields. He's about the size of my thumb.
An American Copper Butterfly that was up to the family farm last week. A Beautiful colorful little butterfly that's about the size of a U.S. penny.
A female Eastern Black Swallowtail Butterfly that I took an image of last year at the family farm in that back field. She is feeding on a Red Clover plant.
A Aphrodite Butterfly feeding on Common Knapweed. This one has a little bit of his left wing missing but still has such lovely bright color on himself.
Number 21is a Skipper Butterfly. Good luck in finding out witch one he is, there are so many different named one that resemble this one. I'll just call him a common one for now.
A Pearly Crescentspot Butterfly that is feeding on a Red Clover flower in the back field at the farm.