April 14, 2019

A Potter Wasp on an early flowering Flinders Ranges Wattle
...the only plant I could find flowers on for the Autumn Wild Pollinator Count

Indirectly pollinators play a role in the majority of what we eat & consume. So if you can, become a citizen scientist and get involved in the count. It’s happening all this week and it only takes 10 minutes.


  1. The count is a great thing but it is unlikely I will be able to add to it.

  2. I don't think we have a pollinator count here, we only have a bird count in January and as we were away in the UK this year we missed it. Hope to be here for next years count. Keep well Diane

  3. I didn't know of the Wild Pollinator Count. Thank you. This is a v busy week but I hope to play.

  4. I wish him/her well. I've learned to not lump all bees, wasps, hornets, yellowjackets together. Most of them are welcome and appreciated at our house. But there are a few...