Strathcona Science Park and Rundle Park

We went for a walk today around the Strathcona Science Park and we meandered all the way across the river into Rundle Park and back.

First where these lovely caterpillars on a Yellow Toadflax flower.

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More caterpillars! This is a Spotted Tussock Moth Caterpillar (Lophocampa maculata).

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I caught a glimpse of this tiny rabbit but it eventually evaded me.

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In the river itself there were tiny fish.

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Along the bank were hundreds of tiny, empty snail shells.

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And there was even an ant. Might be a Western Thatching ant.

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We did see a tiny garter snake but it was too fast for a picture.

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