Latest nature and wildlife images
The green shield bug (Palomena prasina) is a shield bug of the family Pentatomidae.
Signs of spring as beautiful purple crocuses are popping up everywhere in the garden.
So excited, just seen my first #ladybird of the year in my garden this afternoon.
As the snowdrops come to an end, beautiful small daffodils start blooming in the gardens at Enfield.
Beautiful clumps of crocuses are popping up everywhere in the gardens.
It’s all blooming lovely in the gardens.
Sometimes it’s just nice to hangout on your own.
A vine weevil eating the outer edges of a leaf.
Large white caterpillars feeding on crambe cordifolia
Ladybirds are called Ladybugs in the US.
I’ve got the feeling somebody’s watching me! Speckled Bush-cricket.
A Jersey Tiger moth feeding on a scabious flower on a windy day.
A Burnet Moth with an ant.
Helping to pollinate our flowers! A busy worker bee with loaded pollen baskets on her hind legs.
The Common Blue is the most widespread blue butterfly in Britain and Ireland.
Ischnura elegans – Damselflies are insects in the sub-order Zygoptera (meaning “paired-wings”). All four wings are near enough equal in size and shape.
A Jersey Tiger moth feeding on a scabious flower.
They are a welcome guest of gardeners due to their main food source being the pests that damage plants.
A Pieris rapae, the small white, feeding on some nectar from lavender blossoms.