This morning’s improved photograph of the toad who lives in my greenhouse 🐸 🌱
It is a jaw-dropping scene worthy of a Hitchcock film
This is the toad who lives in my greenhouse 🐸
Seems like a very strange (sometimes very hot) place for a toad to want to live in but it’s been there for well over three months now. I have to be very careful when hoeing between the plants because it’s often completely buried in a well-camouflaged burrow which occasionally moves location.
I’ve been trying to get a better photograph but it’s fairly timid and makes a dash for cover whenever it notices me 😄
From the comments to that last linked article on wasps:
Bees were once wasps but diverged from them during the Cretacious period when flowering plants appeared in nature. In effect, they made peace with the natural world choosing a diet of flower pollen over that of their former hunter scavenger selves. The beginnings of ‘flower power’. Peace to the bees.