Hummingbird Moth

Hummingbird Moth on our deck in NW Cedar Rapids.

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Kevin says ... on Thursday, Sep 26 at 12:38 AM

This is the first year we've seen them. We had both a male and a female. We usually see a hummingbird or two but these were something new!

Kevin says ... on Thursday, Sep 26 at 12:39 AM

And it looks like they like the same kind of flower!

shawn says ... on Friday, Oct 4 at 10:43 AM

the catipiller loves tomato plant leaves they are the big green worm with the big hook on its rear and spots that look like eyes and have white stripes. they get pretty big and they the cacoon in the dirt. sphinx moth

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