The Safari had a short Patch 2 watch today in somewhat wintery conditions, cold wet and windy! not many birds about but was a bit weird...a Common Scoter (wintery), a Red Throated Diver (wintery, a Gannet (summery) and a Fulmar (P2 #59) (don't see many of these at all and it wasn't really that windy!).
Here's a few from the weekend
|Snail Killing Fly|
|Probably Berberis Sawfly|
|A Barkfly - miniscule|
|Halictus ridibundus - female|
|Epinotia bilunana - new for garden|
|Tachysola acroxantha - new for garden|
Where to next? More from Patch 2 tomorrow and a nice surprise on the way back to Base Camp.
In the meantime let us how many seasons were in your outback today.
PS those pesky bees are drinking over 100ml of golden syrup a DAY!!!