Two things seem to love this weather: fireflies and butterfly weed (or as I call it orange milkweed).
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, Black June 15, 2014
From this angle, you can't see the orange spots but another showed it so I believe it is a female.
Great Spangled Fritillary June 15, 2014
The fritillary butterfly finds the orange milkweed irresistible with as many as five on it one day. I learned that violets are the host caterpillar plant so I am glad I let lots of violets grow in my yard.
The Neighbor Moth Haploa contigua June 28, 2014
I posted on the group "Moths of the Eastern United States" on Facebook. Within an hour, some one identified it. None of my field guides have many moths in there so if you know of a good field guide, let me know.
We finally got a frog in our waterfall. He is only about 1-1/2 inch long so it is hard to take a photo. I hope he stays around awhile so I can identify him.
I have not gone on too many nature walks because we had several bear sightings, one in the driveway and then in the backyard. My blackberries are starting to ripen so I am afraid he will be back!