It’s time for Nightjar’s next chapter.
Chapter 4 – East Hill: Fauna of the Present
We have reached the top of the East Hill and so has this weevil, which found the perfect place to sunbathe. There aren’t many insects around this time of the year (November), visiting in spring or summer would certainly be better for insect watching purposes.
Ants live here as well. I didn’t photograph the actual ants, but they definitely live here.
And a tiny fly. Let’s focus on the fly for now, in the next chapter we’ll give flora a closer look.
Of course this is also home to birds and reptiles, but November isn’t the best time to look for reptiles and I wasn’t lucky with birds. There are rabbits too, but I confess I forgot to take pictures of the rabbit poop I found. Sorry.