|CHAKHILL BLUES appeared bang on time at Temple Ewell on the 1st of July.|
|Just a few males at first.|
A trip to LULLINGSTONE COUNTRY PARK for the Dark Green Fritillary was successful and despite the strong breeze managed a few acceptable images.
|DARK GREEN FRITILLARY|
|SKYLARK AT SAMPHIRE HOE|
|GATEKEEPER aka HEDGE BROWN|
|Record shots of the SPOTTED REDSHANK at OARE.|
|FEMALE EMPEROR OVIPOSTING|
|SILVER STUDDED BLUE IN SUSSEX|
|SILVER STUDDED BLUE|
|HEATH SPOTTED ORCHID AT OLD LODGE|
|GOLDEN RINGED DRAGONFLY OLD LODGE SUSSEX|
|BLACK WINGED STILT AT OARE.|
|BONAPARTES GULL ON THE MUD AT OARE|
|SCRUFFY RUFF OARE|
GREAT GREEN BUSH CRICKET
|WHITE LEGGED DAMSELFLY DUNGENESS|
|JUVENILE CUCKOO ARC PIT|
|JUVENILE MARSH HARRIERS STODMARSH.|
|STOCK DOVE STODMARSH|
GRAYLING WINDOVER HILL EAST SUSSEX
|SWALLOW AT SAMPHIRE HOE|
|DARK BUSH CRICKET|
|GAINING HIS WINGS|
|AT SAMPHIRE HOE|
COMMON BLUE EGG LAYING ON REST HARROW
A PECTORAL SANDPIPER a vagrant from north America was found at Pegwell Bay and attracted quite a good crowd it was completely unphased by the attention.
|PECTORAL SANDPIPER on the only rainy day of the month.|
|RUFF IN MOULT|
|BLACK T GODWIT|
LITTLE RINGED PLOVER
|SOUTHERN MIGRANT HAWKER|
Another visit to Pegwell in the evening light.
|WALL BROWN first of second generation at the Hoe|
|CHALK CARPET a nationally rare moth at the Hoe.|
|PAINTED LADY numbers have improved recently|
|SMALL RED EYED DAMSELS AT SAMPHIRE HOE|
COMON BLUE second generation numbers have exceeded expectations.
The last of our butterflies to appear on the wing in late July the SILVER SPOTTED SKIPPER.
Finally some record shots of the adult RED NECKED PHALAROPE at Oare at the end of the month.
|That's a Black Headed Gull behind so you can see how small it is.|