Upper Hollesley Common, Suffolk, 26 May 2016

Despite arriving an hour too late for the Red-footed Falcon a long walk around the heath did produce some bit and pieces that made the drive worthwhile. A Woodlark was singing intermitently, at least 3 Dartford Warblers giving some nice views plus Stonechats, Yellowhammer, Common Whitethroats, Green Woodpecker and Common Buzzard. There had also been quite an emergence of Small Heath and Small Copper butterflies.
Back at home a new insect for me - a Scorpion Fly was on our laurel hedge and Brimstone, Holly Blue, Speckled Wood and Orange Tip were also buzzing about.


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