Monday, 4 June 2018

Cosmeston a.m.

Lots of dragonflys and damselflys out today. 4 Spot Chaser below. Also as I walked through the grass on the hill above the dragonfly pond, the Treble Bar moth shown below, flushed and settled again. Finally a confiding Crow - one of the may that my friend Lindsey feeds bread to throughout the year. They follow him around.
At the dipping pond a Common Whitethoat gave its full fluttery singing song flight and I'm pretty sure there's a family group of Reed Warblers in the reeds there. The MNoorhen pair there still have 7 young, and the remaining 1 of the original 6 Mallard ducklings now has stubby wings.

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