Angle-winged

Usually found in trees, but they sure do blend in with the grass. Only spotted this one because I saw it land here.
Greater Angle-wing Katydid (Microcentrum rhombifolium). Usually more often heard than seen. In fact, before running across a nearly dead one last month, I’d never actually seen one.

I abandoned Twitter yesterday when Kid Apartheid Musk and his Saudi executioner-funders took over that app. So here’s what I would have tweeted from yesterday’s walk: this magnificent Nyssa sylvatica.

Early voting starts in New York state today. Vote against the threat to democracy, the environment, and our lives embodied by the fascist Republican Party.

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