Wednesday, May 6, 2020

A Glimpse of Toft Wildlife

With the current lockdown, I am spending more time than usual photographing in our local area rather than visiting neighbouring good nature areas but I am certainly enjoying the great range of species the village can provide. These range from the Cluster flies ready for squadron take off, hoveflies -  Myathropa (with the bat mark on the thorax) and Merodon (a great and variable mimic of bees), various solitary bees some very small so needed adjustment of depth of field, to hedgerow birds - Willow Warbler, Whitethroat and Yellow Hammer

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