Insects | Butterflies | Bugs | Bees | Dragonflies | Snails - Judy Royal Glenn Photography

Jesus is behind all I do as a photographer. I feel the Lord reveals Himself to me through His nature and feel this is a gift that allows me to see the raw beauty of creation through His eyes. He even allowed me to photograph two miracles at once! To view this amazing photograph, go to my "About Judy" page.

My favorite subject to photograph is bears, but I also love to photograph all wildlife, flowers, and birds—especially hummingbirds:) I also created the Hummingbird Trail at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, I teach a class about hummingbirds and the trail, and I also lead Hummingbird Trail walks:) 

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Todd

Todd Fielding Cooper was tragically killed on October 9,1998—he was only 16 years old. Miraculously, twenty years later, on October 27, 2018, we released a male monarch butterfly in his memory.

What makes this event so miraculous? I did not know Todd or his mother Anne.
Lisa, a friend of mine, knew Anne and brought her over to my house the day we released his butterfly.

As we walked into my backyard, Anne pointed to the house behind mine and said, “My parents live there.” Lisa started crying. It was the last place Anne saw Todd alive. He was killed less than one mile from my house.

I placed a small circular tag on Todd’s butterfly, which has three specific letters and numbers to track his migration to Mexico. Monarch Watch distributes these tags and the data collected aids in research. Todd’s tag numbers are ZEU 853.

It was a pleasure to raise and release a monarch butterfly in Todd’s memory.

Location: Athens, Georgia

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