I can't believe it has been so long since I was in a position to upload some of the latest for the last 4 months. With visits to Frampton (Lincs) ,North Devon, Anglesey and reserves in Gloucestershire it has been none stop and a wedding in the mix it has been a tad crazy, to say the least .So where to start? I know! the beginning could be a go!, so ok
This is most likely just going to be a selection of Photographs as pinning to a location could the old grey matter a little but will edit as I remember , LOL! like that will happen ;).
Shropshire, Bridges, Chelmarsh and South Stack Anglesey
Some real corkers, The Brown Argus from Daneway and Strawberry Bank, Emerald Damselfly and Black Dragonfly The Bog Shropshire, Chalk Hill Blue,
and the Fox Moth were at Prestbury Hill Gloucester. The High brown Fritillary was in North Devon
Arriving early on the hills overlooking Cheltenham the mist was as thick as a good old thick FOG! but by 11:00 the sun poked its happy face out and there they were butterflies everywhere and happy face for me too as Dawn had found the wanted Chalkhill Blue fantastic.
There will be more as I re-collect my info from the records thank goodness for Bird Journal which actually does everything fantastic pocket brain indeed.
So See you a bit later on