Mourning Cloak

From the archives: the first butterfly of spring. I saw two last week in my neighborhood, flying above the street and sidewalk.

Backyard and Beyond

One of the earliest butterflies of spring, the mourning cloak, Nymphalis antiopa. Appropriately enough for its mournful name, this one was photographed today in Green-Wood Cemetery.

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