First find a sunflower, Climb up it until it falls over and then bite the flowering head off
Return to the garden and climb up a sweet corn plant until it snaps off and remove the cob
Carry to willow classroom and find another table
Wandering around the garden yesterday it was a delight to see so many bees and butterflies about. Hoverflies were also in abundance and several species were seen. The warm weather has brought an influx of migrant insects from France and Red Admiral butterlies were everywhere favouring the buddleia bushes in the bird garden. Of more interest though was the dozens of Silver Y moths in the garden nectaring from the flowers. They are a little cryptic when resting!
Finally a close up of a small jewel of an insect which often gets bad press! A Bluebottle fly. A real jewel in the crown
A new term now and new faces and more opportunities in the garden