First survey of the summer

Brucehill Cliffs, west grasslands, May 2012

This picture sums up my feelings for the Brucehill Cliffs.

A beautiful grassland, vandalised by the locals.

Today, I conducted my first butterfly survey of the year. I caught some Green-veined Whites, Orange-tips and Peacocks. In addition, I spotted what I believe to be Common Carder Bees, many Wood Pigeons and Blackbirds. There was much more out there, but my surveying skills are pretty rusty!

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