From inside the lava tube we could look out at the full moon and watch some of the 300,000 microbats head out for the night. And, if you look carefully, you can see some of the snakes in the trees outside. They’re waiting to catch a bat for dinner.
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Jennifer’s challenge this week is “Bee”, and Hugh’s is “Behind”. Here’s a picture of a bee’s behind in my garden to answer both challenges.
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I decided to share these grey-crowned babblers from our morning walk last weekend for Ailsa’s Travel Theme.
Although I like the glorious ascent in the second picture, I love the appearance of uncontrolled descent in the first one.
We’ve had a bit of rain so it’s lovely and green, the river is running, the weir is full and the wildlife is happy.
Most of the babies had left the nursery, but we were able to get up close and personal with this one in Kaikoura on this year’s trip to New Zealand’s South Island.
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