Your web browser is out of date. Update your browser for more security, speed and the best experience on this site.
Find out more
We use cookies and similar technologies to optimise your experience when using this site, to help us understand site usage, and to tailor our advertising on third party sites. Read about Cookies and view our Privacy Policy at the bottom of each page on our website at any time.
Snail By Ann Miles

Blog: Sharpenhoe

Blog: Sharpenhoe Clappers

Blog: Sharpenhoe Clappers August 28th

01 August 2019

SIG: Nature

 

Burnet Moth (together with rain drops).

Unfortunately after all the hot dry weather, ideal for butterflies, it had rained all day on the Saturday and the majority of people booked on the outing had cancelled by the meeting time on Sunday. Five of us met up and enjoyed a morning exploring the meadows and the woodland. I hoped to find roosting Chalkhills as over a thousand had been reported in the area. No luck but there were plenty of insects, moths, spiders and flies to keep us happy.

Below  Terellia serratulae

 Return to Home Page