Wednesday, 28 April 2021

Butterflies in the Woodland Burial Ground.

 After a dull and cold morning the sun came out in the afternoon and things warmed up, although the brisk cold NE wind the 9C feel much colder.  I was pleased to find my first speckled wood of the year and a chiffchaff was calling in the cemetery.  Bluebells and  forget me nots were in flower as well as cow parsley beginning to open up.  The undergrowth was springing up rapidly now.  I looked for signs of the white helleborines as I left the cemetery but, as yet, could see no sign.

  • small white 4
  • Orange tip, male - 1
  • Speckled Wood 4
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