The Safari didn't get much on Patch 2 this morning but lunchtime was better; again nothing much was happening until a few Gannets found a shoal of fish and a few soon became about 50 or so. Pity it was distant in the wibbly-wobbly there was plenty of diving action going on.
Our children's group had a good session in the pond removing about another 40 3-spined Sticklebacks including a fully coloured male which was looking too chipper.
Good numbers of Front Swimming Water Boatmen were captured and a single Back Swimmer. Other goodies included the first Bloodworm for a long time and three Blue Tailed Damselfly nymphs.
No one saw the Frog that has been dumped in there but the unwanted Goldfish was spotted but not netted - a cunning plan is going to required for that beast we think.
After work we had a short errand which enabled us to have a few minutes on the dunes on the way back to Base Camp.
|Dewberries - yum well tasty|
|Dune Helleborine going to seed|
|Another Grayling just for Warren over on Pittswood Patch|
In the meantime let us know what's lurking in the vegetation in your outback.