A cluster of eggs at the ends of stalks are the hallmark of a lacewing insect. Once hatched out, the larvae are intense predators of other insects, the adults not so much. The eggs are on a leaf at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area.
A Zebra Longwing butterfly is not deterred by a cloudy day at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area to lay a multitude of eggs on a corky-stem passion vine, the larval plant of the Zebra Longwing’s caterpillar stage. Note just below the butterfly all those yellow ovals on the plant are freshly laid eggs.
A rabbit hit by a car attracted a group of Black Vultures to dine on the carcass for breakfast. One of the Black Vultures ignored the temptation of a meal and, instead, warmed itself in the rays of the rising Sun over the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area.