FEATHERS, FUR and FANG. Some Of The Wildlife Seen Today.
|This caterpillar was making a meal of my Tropical Giant Sage.|
|Very happy to see that we have Stingless Bees (Trigona sp.) in the yard, even if they are on an exotic plant. This now|
brings to about seven species of native bee that visit the garden.
|Blue-banded Bee, the most common bee in the garden.|
|An Eastern Water-skink in the veggie patch.|
|Rainbow Lorikeets add a splash of colour.|