Thursday, 1 August 2013

Whats in a name that which we call a Rose by any other name would smell as sweet;

And indeed a Butterfly whatever we choose to call it still retains all its natural beauty. A Buddleia on the garden perimeter was today heaving with Butterflies including Peacock, Small Tortoiseshell, Red Admiral and many Whites.
A trip out to Pit Sixty at Standlake gave me Common Tern and Common Sandpiper but that stalwart of the area Antony C had seen much more before I arrived and the place is well worth a visit with a good chance of early Wader movement imminent.

 Screwed up Heron
 With a vicious spear for a beak

 Common Tern and Lapwing
Little Egret

                                                                  Common Sandpiper
                                             Mouse Moth snapped in the pit 60 hide.

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