Nancy Mullin’s Favourite Photos from the Summer


A Fourteen Spotted Lady Beetle

Nancy Mullin was born in Nelson and after being gone for 38 years, she and her husband both love living on the Miramichi and being close to family. After retiring they moved to Quarryville where she enjoys taking photos of wildlife. Last year she started birding and joined Birding New Brunswick (online) which led to joining some of the bug groups that study and photograph butterflies, dragonflies, beetles and various insects. Here are some of her favourite images from the summer.

Larch Tolype Moth (Small)

Larch Tolype Moth

The Great Spangled Fritillary Butterfly (Small)

The Great Spangled Fritillary Butterfly

Green Immigrant Leaf Weevil (Small)

Green Immigrant Leaf Weevil




Delicate Emerald Dragonfly-newly-emerged. You can see her shell on the left.

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