I know, I know. There are a bajillion posts about how the flooding impacted on surrounding areas. Some friends had posted photos of water over half way up the side of the bird hide so I thought it could be interesting to check out.
The water had gone down a fair bit and I didn’t see much of the wildlife that other friends had seen. There were hundreds of seagulls at the nearby golf course though. We also found dead carp that had been piled up in the car park. I am getting really sick of fish.
I have no idea what the above spiders are. They were babies, incredibly tidy. The macro lens can be hit and miss but these turned out really well.
Guess we can’t use this path?
Critter eggs. Maybe caterpillar? The hole at the top is interesting.
Seth found about 20 of these snails. Unfortunately, the photos weren’t clear enough to ID. Never thought I’d be interested in snails 🙂
Interesting ‘galls’ on leaves. Wondering if there are any experiments or citizen science stuff to participate in with galls?
There isn’t much else to say as we struggled to find much diversity. We couldn’t access the bird hide at this point. It was interesting, but not as much as the other places.