On my lunchtime walk today I stopped to watch a bumblebee searching for his lunch on a plant.
Look closely at the bees legs; you can see the pollen it has collected.
Honey bees look a bit like wasps, except they have a furry body and their yellow colour is more of a golden/orange colour. Wasps have smoother bodies and are bright yellow, almost like a warning.
I also stopped to admire the beautiful flowers that have appeared on the lilypads in the pond.
In the evening I went to my parents’ house. At dusk I managed to grab a glimpse of a bat flying around their garden. But that is all it was – a glimpse and then it was gone!