Not so windy today and such a wonderful temperature.
The Nodding Ladies-tresses (Spiranthes cernua) have started to bloom. Love the way it spirals around the stem.
Two-striped Grasshopper (Melanoplus bivittatus) impaled by a Loggerhead Shrike. The shrike is also known as the Butcher bird. The shrike will come back later for its cache. I have seen the shrike impale critters on thorns, like on the Honey Locust tree. So many kinds of insects, shrews, lizards, and frogs are among its diet. I have witnessed it take down and eat a blackbird some years ago.
This is one of the Grass-Veneers (Crambini). The species is Agriphila straminella. It's snout looks a bit like a bottlebrush don't you think? I see it out in my field in the grasses.