Sunday, 1 July 2012

Another day with the Butterlies at East Blean

Large Skipper
With new birds proving a little difficult to locate I decided to take the wife down to East Blean today to enjoy the Heath Fritillary Butterlies there. Made a stop at the coast to walk the dog and had good views of Gannet, Sandwich Terns and passing Porpoise.
Heath Fritillary
Red Admiral
At East Blean there had to be well over a hundred butterflies on the wing. Heath Fritillary everywhere, a few Large Skippers, Meadow Browns, Ringlets and Red Admiral but no sign of White Admiral.
We both enjoyed the visit as did the dog who's now recharging her batteries in the garden.

Now...where's that next bird?...

Broad-bodied Chaser

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