Monday, 26 August 2013


Since it was a warm bank holiday we decided to spend the morning at Wycolle, since we had not been for a little while. To say that the wildlife was limited would be an understatement, with birds limited to swallows, magpie and robin. We did get a resonable view of a kestrel as we were leaving too.
We did, however, have a little more luck with butterflies, still in short supply for species, but those species there more than made up for it with numbers, particularly green veined whites, which were out in force. Other species included peacock and small tortoiseshell, as well as one Comma which was sunning itself as we arrived.
-Green Veined White

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