Monday, 20 June 2016

Summer doldrums

Rain at first then cloudy with a few sunny spells, 19°, breezy WNW.

A bit samey on Lollingdon Hill at the moment, a handful of Swift feeding over the hill (20 feeding over Cholsey Hill earlier), a Grey Heron nearby and a Kestrel hassling a couple of Red Kite.

Mammals: Muntjac Deer.

Not a particularly good day for insects, however when the sun came out:

Dragonflies: Azure Damselfly and Emperor Dragonfly: Four-spot Chaser (per Tony Rayner).

Butterflies: 1 Red Admiral and Small Tortoiseshell and several Speckled Wood and Meadow Brown: Large SkipperSmall Copper (per Tony Rayner).

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