Saturday, 1 August 2009

dumfries and galloway, holiday day 1, part 3

an adult whitethroat about to feed the juveniles

a juvenile whitethroat. part of a large family that was hidden in the shrubery.

a song thrush, the only real garden bird that we saw today

cinabar moth catapillar

a juvenile stonechat

a reed bunting. there was a large-ish colony of these next to a cronfeild

grayling butterfly

a lovely male linnet

a grayling in camouflage mode

a nice walk ontop off the cliffs. it was craking the flags and absolutely glorious. as you can see there was plenty of wildlife and very little that id diddnt get a photo off. even so i also saw

2 fulmars

1 common blue

6-spot burnet moth

1 cormorant

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