Butterflies are frequent visitors to a wildflower garden in downtown Regina, Saskatchewan — Skippers, White Admirals, Monarchs — and, as photographed here, little yellow Sulphur butterflies.
This Sulphur is feeding from the nectar of a blue violet Aster, a flower now starting to bloom.
|Yellow Sulphur Butterfly Feeding on Blue Aster © SB|
What is this? Sulphur Butterfly
Location: Royal Saskatchewan Museum's Native Plant Garden, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Photo date: July 12, 2012.