Above is a click-eyed beetle. This one was about two inches long and quite and an eye-catcher. It does not bite or sting and those round outlined circles on its back are not the eyes. In the adult stage, it eats the larva of other insects, so it is considered beneficial. I understand that if you catch it and put it upside down on the ground it will click its spine and right itself. I was not brave enough to do that.
Above in this photo is the Hummingbird moth that is a voracious feeder of nectar. This one is loving my bee balm. They also are beneficial and do not sting or bite. They almost look like a hummingbird when flying.