I have three garden sightings to report so far today (and a fourth, though I was not the one to see it).
 My first Small Copper of the year, which you see above.
 A bee flying in and out of one of our insect houses, despite the ant invasion. I failed to photograph the bee, though you can see the ants making their presence felt in the photo below, taken a few days ago. I hope the bee will prove to be a Leaf-cutter, which is what we had last year.
 The blackbirds were making loud (?alarm) calls last night at dusk. We failed to see evidence of a magpie, jay or cat ... but this morning Star the female was perching in front of a rotund and fluffy semi-fledgling. No wonder Star has been such an active hunter-gatherer recently.
... and ...
 from David, the first 2021 sighting of a Red Damselfly in the garden.
|Hard to tell if there are signs yet of leaf or bee! |
I wonder what you have been doing or finding for Day 2 of #30DaysWild ...