The Comma is one of our commonest butterflies and easily recognised by the shape of the wings.
It may be cold outside but before long spring will be here, with all the delights it brings.
A bright Sunny day and so a good opportunity to do this week’s invertebrate survey. Finally, there seems to be … More
Having been away from home for a while it was good to be able to do the Butterfly and Dragonfly … More
A bright sunny morning saw myself and Keith on our way to the Minsmere nature reserve with Gravesend RSPB group. … More
This attractive butterfly is common in England and Wales and is one of the few species which is expanding its … More
Back to the weekly butterfly and dragonfly survey of the patch. Its a beautiful day and so am hopeful for … More
A bright sunny warm afternoon and so I set out to do this weeks butterfly / insect walk around the … More
The Comma is one of our most iconic and easily recognised species. Its bright orange upper wing and scalloped edges … More
Final stop on Catch up Thursday is my home patch, the Tarn. There is not as much activity at the … More