Mansands

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The large clump of buddleia close to the car park, at the top of the lane to the hide and beach was absolutely covered in butterflies today - a real sight to behold.  There must have been about 35+ butterflies on the bush at any one time.  Species on or close to the bush included:

Peacock, Red Admiral, Small White, Comma, Painted Lady, Gatekeeper, Meadow Brown.  Best of all though, was a single Clouded Yellow flying along the shingle ridge at the back of the beach closer to midday.   

Posted July 25th, 2017 at 6:30 pm by Paul Darlington in Other Wildlife