Monday, 12 August 2013

Not Browned Off.

Nor am I singing the blues , because a chance to leap in the car and grab a couple of hours on ground between Stutfield Brook and Stanford in the Vale taking in a few Butterflies including Brown Argus, Common Blue and Green -Veined White was rewarding considering a strong wind meant not too much was flying.
Yesterday a nice brood of French Partridge seven young plus the two adults not too far from Dix Pit was a spirit lifter although I must admit the Common Blue Butterfly is so beautiful it's "something else".
 Brown Argus
 Part of Red-Legged Partridge Family
 Green-Veined White
 Common Blue
 Well! Buzz awhile baby you humble bumble bee you
 Small Copper
 Small White
Another shot of the gorgeous Common Blue

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