The first one we ever saw was when we went hiking up near Mount St. Helens. We only saw one there, though. At Nisqually Wildlife Refuge we felt surprised at how many we saw. My children were counting how many we saw. I'll have to ask them to see if they remember how many we reached.
Some we saw on the ground while walking on the wooden boardwalk. We saw one on a leaf along the way. We saw a lot of them on the grass between the two huge twin barns. We tried to be careful and watchful while walking to try and avoid squishing one on accident.
For more information about banded woolly bear caterpillars, you can visit Wikipedia's page about them.
|Patiently waiting for it to uncurl|
♥ I thought they looked like hearts as they started to uncurl. ♥
|My little boy loved to feed the wooly bear he was holding.|
|There were woolly bears on the boardwalk.|
|I also wanted to share that we |
saw a lot of "hearts" on the boardwalk!
|Walking along the boardwalk.|
♥ The hearts are shared in honor of Guest Heart Thursday.♥