The only other hairstreak I was able to find was this great Purple Hairstreak. The blooming bear grass below the high country was devoid of butterflies.
Also in upper Boot Canyon was this busy Mounring Cloak.
And several Mexican Yellows.
The next morning, sore from the previous day's hike up to Boot Canyon, I hobbled down the Window trail and was pleased to see several Golden-headed Scallopwings.
Al least three Streaky Skippers flushed along the trail.
As I left the park after noon there were many small blooming forbs along the road but very few butterflies.