Friday, 19 June 2015
A STUDY IN SCARLET AND OTHER HUES TOO.
A few photos from this weeks wanderings.
PAINTED LADIES are arriving across the Channel,some don`t look as good as this one.
MEADOW PIPIT @SAMPHIRE HOE
HORNED POPPY @THE HOE on the beach.
THE ADDER OR VIPER Britains only venemous snake.
LARGE SKIPPERS are now on the wing.
CINNABAR MOTH taking flight
SIX SPOT BURNET
On Wednesday I went to Monks Wood in Cambridgeshire in search of the Black Hairstreak.
BLACK HAIRSTREAK the first sighting.
Uncropped BLACK HAIRSTREAK.
There were several males flitting around the blackthorn and dogwood but they were very elusive and camera shy,this one settled for a while but not close.
Thanks to Phil Bromley who was a great help on site,hope you enjoy the blog.
SPECKLED WOOD were by far the most common butterfly in Monks Wood
Over to Sandwich Bay yesterday to see the LIZARD ORCHIDS
LIZARD ORCHIDS on Royal St Georges Golf Course.
ROLL OUT THE BARREL-BARREL JELLYFISH washing ashore at Sandwich Bay
ANOTHER VARIETY OF HORNED POPPY.
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