There were a few ebony jewelwings around the Abita Creek.
Last month the yellow pitcher plant flowers were in bloom.
This month the parrot pitcher flowers are out.
Grasses in the Abita Creek.
Our local pit viper, the Cottonmouth, one of the most venomous snakes in the U.S.
Web in the sun.
Some kind of neoscona (not the owner of the previous web.)
Carolina (aka; green) anole.
We also saw a couple of prothonotary warblers and a male cardinal, but I didn't get any shots of them. There were dozens of birds singing all around, including red-bellied woodpeckers and Carolina wrens. Here's a video attempt at catching some of the singing. Drop me a comment if you can ID any birds from their songs!