Friday, 1 July 2011

Risby Warren 1-7-11

Arriving at Risby Mid morning with cloud building up but the sun was shining.
A male Peregrine circling overhead along with a pair of common Buzzard there wasn't much else about with a few common Whitethroat,Mistle Thrush,Yellow hammer and corvids.
Butterflies included Ringlet,Small Heath,Small Copper,Small Tortoiseshell and a few Skippers.
Hopefully the Graylings will be out on our next visit.
Small Heath


  1. Hello all,

    A butterfly is a mainly day-flying insect of the order Lepidoptera. Butterfly eggs are protected by a hard-ridged outer layer of shell. These are fixed to a leaf with a special glue which hardens rapidly. Thanks a lot!

    Birth Of a Manta Ray

  2. Roberto I KNOW what a butterfly is thanks!!!