Spring has sprung. (iNaturalist ID’d the first moth as one of the Giant Silkworm Moths Subfamily Saturniinae) ~~~oo0oo~~~ Forgot to include this. Suncana Bradley’s earlier pic of a female Black Cuckooshrike flying towards her. Unusual, striking.
An exciting weekend in the valley; good sightings, plants to identify and maybe even a new species discovered! The eggs – ?? – brought some guessing! I asked vegetable or animal? No-one knew. Fish eggs, with a water mongoose being the predator? Berries? Frog eggs? Crab eggs? Eel? Turns out Ingrid D’eathe had found themContinue reading “Palmiet Sightings & Discoveries”
~~~oo0oo~~~ Then it rained and I remembered a bit late about my duvet! I had put it out to dry in the sun! So I brought it inside – wet – and stayed inside. Mistake! I shouldn’t have! ALL the neighbours showed me what I missed – a rainbow in a sunset! ~~~oo0oo~~~
Lovely walk in the Palmiet Nature Reserve under the guidance of Warren Friedman on Saturday. Today I joined Geoff Caruth and we met Mike Rowe at the cage trap set to catch the dogs who sometimes roam the nature reserve. No inmates. This time.
We took the trailer and found a lovely campsite and settled in. Tom was a mad keen fisherman and Jess loved the waves. Blissful. Peaceful. Tom had his first real fishing rod – a huge surf rod given to him by Trish’s Dad Gompa Neil. Jess was mad keen on gymnastics and swimming back then.Continue reading “Cape Vidal Storm Disaster”