Day 10 AM Tower Falls wildlife by Willis Chung
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  3. Day 10 AM Tower Falls wildlifeDay 10 AM Tower Falls wildlife
Driving north on Grand Loop Road
Time for a little hike to Tower Falls
This is the photo everyone has of Tower Falls. It's OK, but sort a standard waterfall photo.
A bit more interesting, but hard to make exciting in this light
The flowers and insect were much more interesting hiking down to the Yellowstone River
Goldenrod, possibly Canada Goldenrod, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
Flies and bees very busy in the goldenrod flowers
A random moth out in the daylight.
Bee making an approach on the goldenrod.
Small wasp feeding on goldenrod
Seven spot ladybug cruising goldenrod flowers
Getting a look at the face of a seven spot ladybug
Photo confirming that this is a seven spot ladybug
Getting a bit closer to the seven spot ladybug
Now we can see the bug part of the seven spot ladybug!
Head of the ladybug tucked back into the black pronotum.
Seven spotted ladybug searching for food on goldenrod blooms, near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
A small wasp coming in for a landing on goldenrod
Wasp feeding on goldenrod blooms.
Wasp feeding on goldenrod blooms.
The same seven spotted ladybug continuing its search for food.
A small bee fighting its way through the goldenrod blooms.
Small bee with hairs on rear legs and body carrying pollen.
Small wasp feeding on goldenrod blooms, not carrying as much pollen as the bee.
The busy ladybug has come to the end of the line
A quick turn around, and back to more exploring
How many dead ends does the ladybug hit each day?
Another dead end, and another 180 degree turn.
I believe this is a hoverfly, feeding on the goldenrod.
Goldenrod blooms going to seed
A metallic green bee feeding on goldenrod blossoms.
Near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
Very busy squirrel gathering pine cones and storing them.
Near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
On the hunt for the next pine cone.
Near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
Popping out of the shadows in the search of pine cones.
Near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
Some lovely pine cones! Choose the biggest one!
Near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
On the run back to the burrow with the pine cone
Near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
Pausing to check that the coast is clear. This is how pine cones migrate.
Near Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
Driving north on Grand Loop Road Time for a little hike to Tower Falls This is the photo everyone has of Tower Falls. It's OK, but sort a standard waterfall photo. A bit more interesting, but hard to make exciting in this light The flowers and insect were much more interesting hiking down to the Yellowstone River Flies and bees very busy in the goldenrod flowers A random moth out in the daylight. Bee making an approach on the goldenrod. Small wasp feeding on goldenrod Seven spot ladybug cruising goldenrod flowers Getting a look at the face of a seven spot ladybug Photo confirming that this is a seven spot ladybug Getting a bit closer to the seven spot ladybug Now we can see the bug part of the seven spot ladybug! Head of the ladybug tucked back into the black pronotum. A small wasp coming in for a landing on goldenrod Wasp feeding on goldenrod blooms. Wasp feeding on goldenrod blooms. The same seven spotted ladybug continuing its search for food. A small bee fighting its way through the goldenrod blooms. Small bee with hairs on rear legs and body carrying pollen. Small wasp feeding on goldenrod blooms, not carrying as much pollen as the bee. The busy ladybug has come to the end of the line A quick turn around, and back to more exploring How many dead ends does the ladybug hit each day? Another dead end, and another 180 degree turn. I believe this is a hoverfly, feeding on the goldenrod. Goldenrod blooms going to seed A metallic green bee feeding on goldenrod blossoms. Very busy squirrel gathering pine cones and storing them. On the hunt for the next pine cone. Popping out of the shadows in the search of pine cones. Some lovely pine cones! Choose the biggest one! On the run back to the burrow with the pine cone Pausing to check that the coast is clear.  This is how pine cones migrate.
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