Some kind of skipper on some kind of flower.
Deceased monarch butterfly.
Gulf fritillary butterfly.
Hawaiian beet webworm moth. Thanks to Ron M. at bugguide.net for the ID!
Chrysallises. There were dozens of them on one tree.
Spanish moss draped live oak tree.
Paper wasps' nest.
One of 3 or 4 tricolored (aka "Louisiana") herons at the marsh.
This was the first time I'd seen a tricolored heron (for certain.)
There were also mockingbirds, killdeer and dragonflies, but the tricolored herons & the plethora of various butterflies really stole today's show.