25/05/2012 Moore Nature Reserve

Brimstone Butterfly: The Blubells in the sunshine look superb and when a Brimstone started to feed one one, I got down on my knees and composed this frame. Well worth a soggy knee in my book.

In a quick trip to moore I observed the usual garden birds and a frew warbler species, Blackcap, Willow and Reed.
No sign of the Lessser Woodie but two Greater Spotted Woodies where at the feeding station along with a few Jays.

Birds Foot Trefoil: This small overlooked wild flower is a little stunner, theses where in bloom just opposite the Lapwing Lake hide.