The Business Birder®
Butterflies & Moths of North America
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Arizona Sister (Ramsey Canyon, SE Arizona, August 2007) ( )
Canadian Tiger Swallowtail (Adirondack Park, Adirondack Loj Road, April 2011) ( )
Cassius Blue (Bahia Hondo Channel, Florida Keys, April 2014) ( )
Checkered White (Viera Wetlands, Brevard, Florida, April 2014) ( )
Common Wood-Nymph (Trustom Pond NWR, RI, August 2006) ( )
Elada Checkerspot (California Gulch, SE Arizona, August 2007) ( )
Florida Duskywing (Big Pine Key, April 2011) ( )
Great Southern White (Sugarloaf Key, FL, April 2011) ( )
Great Spangled Fritillary (Haley Farm SP, CT, August 2006) ( )
Large Orange Sulphur (Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological SP, April 2011) ( )
Mangrove Buckeye (Sugarloaf Key, FL, April 2011) ( )
Mangrove Skipper (Sugarloaf Key, FL, April 2011) ( )
Orange Sulphur (Johns River Road, Blowing Rock, May 2011) ( )
Silvery Checkerspot (Johns River Road, Blowing Rock, May 2011) ( )
Two-tailed Swallowtail (Garden Canyon, Huachuca Mountains, SE Arizona, August 2007) ( )
White Admiral (Lake Placid, NY, June 2011) ( )
White Peacock (Viera Wetlands, Brevard, Florida (February 2011) & Dry Tortugas (April 2014) ( )
Canon EOS 20D, 40D, 60D, and 5D Mark III cameras with a 500 mm f4 IS USM lens were used for many telephoto images. A 1.4X extender and/or extension tubes were added as needed.
Many images were also taken with Canon 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 IS USM and Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro lenses.
For landscapes, birders, and some birds, I use a Sony Cyber-shot DSC 828 DSLR camera with a fixed 28-200mm Zeiss zoom lens.
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