The Snowy River Wattle, Acacia boormanii is coming into full flower, and is very popular with bees, honey and native, collecting pollen. Two native species have been spotted, one being very numerous, Lasioglossum subgenus Homalictus.

A Mixed Bag.

Satin Bowerbirds have been frequenting the garden, even pecking holes in the strawberry leaves. This plump bird obliged by posing for photos.

A miniature mossy garden.

Things are gradually starting to move in the invertebrate world with spiders showing up.

Nyssus coloripes.

A very small Servaea incana with a meal.

Two Tamopsis species mimicking their backgrounds.

And a tiny arachnid, no more than 2mm nose to tail.