Metallic wings and head of the newly hatched flying ants
Two ants already exposed while another two (or even three) try to push past them
Here two ants (wings not yet showing) pull themselves out of the hole
Oooph - let me outta here!
See more about these interesting critters here
A Malachite Sunbird silhouetted in the evening light in my garden
A flock of Red-billed Quelea (which I posted about earlier this week) roost in a tree behind Angus and Amanda's house
I later photographed Chappie sitting in a chest of drawers
Creative Shot function used here!
I'm linking to Saturday Critters here
You all have a wonderful Saturday!
Those ants would be amazing to watch. It would have been good on video. Love all your birds. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Of course, me being a cat lover, the kitty photos are so very PURRfect. Those flying ants are amazing.ReplyDelete
Hello Jo, the shots of the Flying Ants emerging from the nest are just awesome. Pretty birds and photos. Chappie is a cutie! Great collection of photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Great small animals, you have an interesting garden.ReplyDelete
be careful chappie that you dont get closed in the drawer... these are amazing photos of the ants and i read the link. great captures. i wonder if they do damage, like termites. i found one place that said they don't bite.ReplyDelete
I love to watch ants. Hope these are not a biting kind.ReplyDelete
Interesting photos of the ants.ReplyDelete
Beautiful silhouette of the Sunbird! You should link it up to Saturday's Silhouettes at http://nixpixmix.blogspot.com/
Flying ants elimination is not necessary to do by ourselves, they will go away by themselves. But if the problem is very grave, then you should take steps to exterminate the flying ants by using natural home remedies.ReplyDelete