The most exciting part about the first two months is the opportunity to observe lab-reared Bombus impatiens emerging from their brood cells.
Chewing its way out.
Welcome to the world!
Close-up of a newly emerged bee.
I also returned to the Museum of Nature to see the reptiles exhibit again.
I finally got a decent photo of the Veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus).
Frilled leaf-tailed geckos (Uroplatus henkeli) showing off its incredible skill to adhering to a vertical surface.
Red-Sided Garter Snake (Thamnophis sirtalis)
I pretty much stayed indoors this past two months and only went out once to look at some of the Winterlude events.
Until next time.