Bugs Again!

Common Drone Fly.
Eastern Carpenter Bee “robbing” from the side.
Western Honeybee. All of the above are on Pieris japonica, one of the first plants to produce nectar around here (where, of course, it’s an introduced species).
Elsewhere, at long last, insects and spiders are emerging.

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