Out for a walk in a very snowy Glasgow. Was surprised to see a few parakeets, at one point flying above through fairly thick snowfall.
Mammals can be elusive and sometimes the first clue that they are there isn't the flash of a tail or the flick of an ear poking out of the foliage but a field sign - like poo! Often, finding and identifying the poo you find in your garden or on a walk will be the only way you know that
If I ever get to take the class to the woods again this will be useful.
Speckled Wood Saw one of these this afternoon in Christine & Michael’s garden. I scared it off before I could get a photo. Lovely, the first I’ve seen although they seem to be common.
A nice walk along a section of the path from Aberfoyle to Callander and back. Lovely sunny day.
A fair number of butterflies on the way to Loch Humphrey today. Small Tortoise Shell, Green Veined White & Peacock.
Micro.blog August 2020 Photoblogging Challenge #mbaug Day 3 Bug
Found this good looking guy on a walk today, loosely a bug, searching suggests an Emperor moth caterpillar.
Large Red Damselfly, near Loch Ard. Id via Large Red Damselfly – British Dragonfly Society