Sunday, 5 July 2015

... more June 'Birds'

... no birds.

It's that time of year when a good bird can turn up anywhere, but in the meantime catching up on the bugs and flowers takes up most of the time.

Apologies if the IDs are incorrect, you can always tweet me and let me know.



Common Blue Damselfly
Enallagma cyahigerum




One of my favourite flowers, small and easily overlooked.
Grass Vetchling
Lathyrus nissolia



Woody Nightshade
Solanum dulcamara



Ringlet
Aphantopus hyperantus



Speckled Wood



Meadow Brown
Maniola jurtina



Common Blue


Common Tern



7-Spot Ladybird


Buff Ermine


Lesser Butterfly Orchid


Dyer's Greenweed
Genista tinctoria




Bittern, Grasshopper Warblers, numerous Gulls and Terns have been the birds of note. Marsh Harriers have 5 Young , Bearded Tits are active and Lots of Family Parties (of commoner stuff) indicate a good breeding season. Signs of change today with migrating Swifts, Whinchat and Juv. Cuckoo in dunes ... soon be Winter. :-)

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