Category Archives: Small Miracles

Small miracles: Christmas beetles saved from the allure of artifical light

The first week of January a friend and I took a road trip to Melbourne. Along the way, on the ground, outside the automatic doors of a fast food place next to a petrol station on the highway, we found … Continue reading

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Small miracles 2

Saved from a kitchen sink full of hot sudsy waster, this plump and pretty Hawk Moth spent several minutes on my hand drying out in the sun. It fluttered its wings to aid the process, before taking off across the … Continue reading

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Small miracles: Bee saved from drowning

Today I saved this bee from drowning in a bucket of water. I never walk past a water trough or bucket without checking that an insect isn’t drowning in it. Most times I find one in need of rescue. Today … Continue reading

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