August 7, 2018
By Melissa Pace,
You might have visited and not even seen them. They are an amazing, spectacular and diverse array. They are the insects and animals, fish and amphibians, all existing harmoniously within Weezie’s Garden for Children.
Many of them live right here. You might have walked right by their home and not noticed them. Often we have invited them here by offering them the shelter of a house made from a gourd, by planting their favorite flowers, or by making the pond for them.
Some just pass through, looking for something to eat or water to drink. Others never seem to leave the confines of Weezie’s Garden, living out there lives amongst each other and our visitors.
If you would like to see the residents of Weezie’s next time you visit, find a quiet corner and sit for a few minutes. You might be amazed at what you see!
Recently spotted in the garden:
Mining (Ground dwelling)
Ruby throated hummingbird
Butterfly caterpillars and chrysalis
Eastern tiger swallowtail
Great spangled fritillary
Silver spotted skipper
Hawk (Hummingbird moth)
Eastern Cottontail Rabbit