Nature Blog Carnival posts March 2012

Welcome to the March 5, 2012 edition of nature photography.

My entry for this carnival is about the Dingy Swallowtail Butterfly.  My husband found this butterfly on the ground near an Oleander bush on the weekend. It had a damaged wing and could not fly.  I picked it up to put it somewhere safe to photograph it but it didn’t want to let go of my hand. Hubby took it and I got this shot and then we placed it in the Oleander bush high up, safe from predators on the ground. It stayed there for around 48 hours (through intense rain periods) and then disappeared.

Dingy Swallowtail butterfly - Papilio anactus

Other items for this carnival:

birdlife

Sarah presents Amsterdam Antarctica posted at Natsumi.


other things relating to nature

Joan presents  The First Dimpled Troutlily (Erythronium umbilicatum) Of Spring.

 

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of nature photography using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.  Alternatively you can look at this site for more information about the blog carnival.

Next month will also be hosted at this site and after that we’ll look to host it other sites of participants. If you write a photoblog and participate in nature photography, you are most welcome to join in. And if you know of other nature photographers please tell them about this blog carnival.


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Comments

  1. I love Butterflies, I remember when I am in Junior school having a field trip in the butterfly garden, I witness the life cycle of them and I feel so scared because of the caterpillars, I hate creatures that used to crawl, but when the Butterfly comes out it feels me more better.

  2. What a beautiful photo. Nicely done!

  3. Nature photography is absolutely important for environmentalism as it gives people all over the world the opportunity to see plants, animals, and landscapes that they wouldn’t see otherwise.

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