Blazing sunshine all day – the damselflies were very busy
Spotted this rather colourful caterpillar on a walk around Roxwell, it’s a Mullein Moth Caterpillar
A second visit to the Phyllis Currie Nature Reserve, specifically for some bug photography. Unfortunately there was a very strong breeze blowing keeping a lot of the flying insects down. I still picked up a few shots including, just as I was leaving, the featured shot of the meadow grasshopper as he very kindly posed for me on a gate post…he was tiny though!
I regularly see a lot of rabbits on my morning walks around Dunmow. Today, I had my infra-red camera with me so wondered what a rabbit would look like…wonder no more – I like how the eye has come out particularly.
Highly recommend a visit here. It’s only a small reserve but has plenty going on.
The honey bees are enjoying our chives at the moment…
Is it a hoverfly, is it a sawfly, is it something else? I don’t know, but the flower is definitely a yellow iris.
Seen in Widdington today
I’ve been wondering whether we would get any goslings on Doctors Pond this year, the ducks have produced, the moorhens have produced…and finally we have goslings!
These little pests are munching there way through our Rosemary, Thyme and Sage at the moment. The best way of getting rid of them is to pick them off by hand apparently…
Not the picture I was going to post today…I had a great shot of a rabbit in the local graveyard…unfortunately, for the second time recently, I hadn’t put the SD card in and so didn’t get anything…so popped out into the garden and spotted this bee…