June 16th-23rd June

During the last week the weather has been changeable!, extremely cold one day and lovely and warm the next, our biggest problem is choosing what to wear but the poor old wildlife has to survive.
A family of Ravens were scavenging on the beach one morning and managed to get a shot of one of the adults.
Sand Martins during have been feeding over the small ponds and we came across an adult with one young having a break and resting on the Airfield fence.
Just a little further along was a young Warbler.
When it was warm a few species of butterfly ventured out, Large Skipper, Small Tortoiseshell, Meadow Brown, Small Heath and Speckled Wood but still no sign of any Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary.
We spotted our first Common Darter dragonfly this season.
The Evening Primrose are now in flower on the tip, adjacent the entrance, to the path along the airfield fence.

Bob and Bri