A walk near Blythburgh, 11 August 2018

Today, amongst other things we had a walk through the woods on the south side of the Blyth Estuary just east of the village. There really wasn't a huge amount to write home about but along one ride we did have a few butterflies, the pick of the bunch was a single Grayling which initially kept trying to land on Belinda's back but eventually settled on the track for a quick iphone photo. That's probably going to be my last new butterfly species of 2018. Small Copper, Small Heath, Speckled Wood, Gatekeeper, Red Admiral and Small White were also seen as well as Common Darters, Migrant Hawkers and a single Southern Hawker - typical late summer fayre.


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