Sunday, 14 June 2009

Dragonflies, Kingfisher, Slow worms and a Comma

A very enjoyable dragonfly walk was held at Warnham Nature Reserve, Horsham. Excellent reserve, well organized and we were rewarded with plenty of dragonflies, Demoiselles and butterflies and a vole. The dipping ponds (above) were very productive. A Kingfisher on the far side of the lake plunged in, caught a fish then perched on a branch. We went on to Southwater Country Park and saw slow worms and a fresh comma butterfly. Beautiful weather.

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