Cosmeston 17th July

Apologies, this was posted in error by me {John Wilson} logged in as GBC – it shd have been posted on my own Blog! Decided to leave as general interest! 🙂
Fairly brief walk around Cosmeston this morning as other things to do, and it was too hot! Not much of birdy interest apart from 10 Tufted Ducks on E lake [a sign of autumn] allthough as we left two trailers of small sailing dingies arrived so hopefully the Tufties moved onto W lake. Also 3 young Gt Crested Grebes are doing well – too distant to photograph. A Heron in the small tree opposite the main bridge posed nicely. Other than that, photos are of Large Skipper female. Pyramidal Orchid [still a large number in flower], a Dwarf Thistle, and the first Ringlet I’ve seen there this summer.

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