This morning we headed over to Boerne (pronounced Bur-nee) and visited the Cibolo Nature Center. This very active nature center offers a lot of classes and seminars, programs for school kids, and several miles of trails for hiking.
We hiked over to the Marsh Loop trail and boardwalk, only to discover that the marsh was pretty much dried up. We didn't find the birds or dragonflies that we expected, so turned our attention to blooming wildflowers. We find when looking at flowers that there are often insects in the blooms, and today was no exception.
Honey Bees were busy gathering pollen, and we saw a small, metallic weevil digging into the same type of flower. Can you see it in there? It was tiny.
More menacing looking was this large wasp, but it paid us no mind.