Sunny, almost 90F, and windy in open areas. Not a potentially birdie day, so we went Edinburg Wetlands this morning where it is sheltered and often has a lot of butterflies. (And we had to take our bottles and cans to the recycling center anyway.)
Then, some colorful butterflies, and a tiny one. I'm not even going to bother labeling because...........
...because we got a big one today. So let's cut the crap and go to the chase.
The following is a Falcate Skipper Spathilepia clonius. (falcate - curved like a sickle; hooked)"Range: Argentina north through Central America to Mexico. A rare stray to South Texas."
Pictures from a set of a dozen or more I took this morning today at Edinburg Wetlands. 😄