We’ve crossed the border to the States many times in the past and all we needed was a driver’s license.
Sometimes one quick glance at our PEI license plate was enough.
Now we need a passport with picture ID.
It was still an easy crossing. We were the only vehicle in sight as we approached the border near St. Stephen’s, New Brunswick. A quick look at our passports and a couple of questions about our destination and we were waved through with a cheery “Have a good trip!”
But, we needed those passports – no passports – no entry.
So, I’m wondering about this fellow whom I photographed in the mountains of PA.
He’s a Tiger Swallowtail butterfly all right – but is he Canadian or Eastern??
The Canadian and the Eastern Tiger Swallowtails are almost identical but the black band along the inner wing span is wider on the Canadian.
No passport on this fellow and he wouldn’t hold still for questioning.
What do you think? Do I need to report him or not?