A late Red Admiral flying between the showers on its way back to Africa, seen in Waterford City today.
Now well established throughout the City and County, the Common Swift in th local skies.
Well awakened from the winter hibernation in the soil, the Red Lily Beetle is now alive and devestating the leaves and shoots of spring lilys and related plants.
Now flying on a rare good Spring day, the Holly Blue butterfly.
Given that this year’ s Spring seems to have fallen on Monday 27th March, a Small Tortoiseshell butterfly took to the air in a Waterford City suburb.
Slow down in the car and see the Primroses – nature at its very best !
Yet another road kill on the Waterford City outer ring road.
Given that a male Blackcap was seen on the 10th. December (see below), today we have a Female in the same garden.
Trapped and ringed on Christmas Eve in Waterford City, a friendly Robin.
Mushrooms by Tramore Strand