Quote of the day:
“Hello, sun in my face.
Hello you who made the morning
and spread it over the fields…
Watch, now, how I start the day
~ Mary Oliver
Forage in April for:
Alexanders, Beech leaves, Cow Parsley, Hairy Bittercress, Hop shoots, Cleavers, Gorse Flowers, Primroses, Ransoms, Sweet Violets
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This is a photo of a bee having a good guzzle from a red deadnettle. The bee looks particularly furry and indeed it is, but what is most impressive is the length of the hairs … on its legs. Especially … Continue reading
Tina @mygardenersays hosts Wildlife Wednesday on the first Wednesday of each month. Check it out!
August’s wildlife report is a bit of a list of missed photo opportunities, starting with a young badger that seems to visit about midnight. I know that there is one about, because there have been a couple of encounters between … Continue reading
There’s been plenty of drama in the meadows this year from the Cinnabar moths (Tyria jacobaeae). Cinnabars are a day flying moth and tend to disturb easily. This results in startling flashes of red as their hindwings are revealed when … Continue reading
Apologies, I know that it’s Thursday, but you know how things get. Regardless, I wanted to quickly link up with Tina for her monthly Wildlife meme, to share some of the babies and new creatures I’ve seen in the garden … Continue reading
Link to Tina’s monthly wildlife post for other wildlife spots
Linking to Tina’s thoughtful wildlife post on mygardenersays.