If you're looking to try some relatively easy insect macro photography, now is the time to try it. Try Hoveflies (Syrphidae). Okay, like any wildlife, their movement can be a little erratic ... BUT they do hover and if you spend a few minutes standing close to the flowers they'll get used to you and will ignore you.
Try a couple of static shots to start with. You might want to frame a Hoverfly feeding or one that's just landed.
As you get more comfortable, try to catch them mid air or as they're about to land? That's a good challenge and makes for some beautiful photography.
Make sure you vary your viewpoint ...
|Hoverfly taking off|
... and steadily build up a set of images for your collection ...
Villayat 'Wolf' Sunkmanitu