"Why I prefer the field of science over any other is this one single fact: there is no final decision, but a process of constant discovery, discussion and leaning into the evidence that shifts as well. The questions mature as the answers compete."
- Scott Jackson-Ricketts

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Skippers that drive you nuts

During the 30+ I lived in Fayetteville, I learned the local skippers, including the tiny grass ones. Now, after 3+ years in Carroll County, Virginia, I'm finally getting a handle on the local skippers. Currently I have photographs of Zabulon, Little Glassywing, Least, Peck's, Silver-spotted, Horace's Duskywing, and Wild Indigo Duskywing. In addition I have one that I'm trying to tie down a positive ID. When I can, I'll begin posting the photos for folks to enjoy.


1 comment:

  1. This is exciting! Those dang skippers are throwing me for loops.