Wednesday, 8 September 2021

A Last Hurrah in the Burial Ground.

 A beautiful day today so I walked around the burial ground hoping for dragonflies.  I missed the migrant hawker that had been seen yesterday but there were a few common darters on the wing beginning to look a bit worn now.  There were also good numbers of speckled wood butterfly and various species of white.  I was also fascinated by the galls from the silk buttoned gall wasp on some oak leaves.

Perhaps the last of the butterflies in the burial ground for this year.

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