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.


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


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


In the river itself there were tiny fish.


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



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


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

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