Often mistaken for a hummingbird, the white-lined sphinx moth is often seen enjoying nectar from the same flowers as hummers, such as these nasturtiums. These moths are active both day and night, and you may see one resting under your porch light in the morning.
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Matt Bartmann firstname.lastname@example.org Almost everything has its day. In January, we celebrated National Squirrel Appreciation Day. October brings us International Sloth Day. There’s a cat day, a pig day and, of course, a dog day. […]
Hummingbirds are already heading south for the winter. Feeder visits by broad-tailed hummers are dwindling, with males being the first to leave. Rufous and calliope hummingbirds have already gone. WE ARE ALREADY GIVING YOU THE […]