It’s Insect Time!

Yes, it’s the time of year when I come home with an aching back from all the bending down hunting for little creatures, lots of bites in spite of my best efforts to avoid them, and a sunburned neck. All good fun!
From the top left, clockwise: small magpie moth, cardinal beetle, cinnabar moth, mother shipton moth, female adonis blue butterfly, sand wasp, burnet companion moth, honey bee. All found at either Skylarks Nature Reserve in Nottinghamshire or Chambers Farm Wood in Lincolnshire.

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A few bits and bobs …

For various reasons … weather, health, deus ex machina … trips to the local Nature Reserves have been a bit few and far between lately so, without any new bird pictures, quite a bit of my time is being spent on tidying up computers etc.

These are a few of the pictures I have taken with my iPhone on previous trips out. I always have the phone handy for little bits and pieces that might take my eye, but don’t merit getting the heavyweight out for. I think they¬†came from Langford Lowfields and Attenborough Nature Reserve, Nottinghamshire, and Chambers Farm Wood, Lincolnshire.

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