Thursday, 14 July 2011

Hartley cliff tops

We left Seaton Sluice to wander along the cliff top path at Old Hartley. The number of butterfly about was quite remarkable. These included-
Common Blue male
Common Blue female

Meadow Brown male

Meadow Brown female

Six-spot Burnet. Don't think I have seen so many on the wing


There were dozens of Small and Large Skipper, and of course the Hartley Alpaca herd


and it was a pleasant surprise to bump into Howden Blogger - John and his better half.
I've left the bird sightings for him to report, apart from this shot

2 comments:

Johnnykinson said...

He's like cow dung that Howdon Blogger.........all over the place!

Codders said...

Dick,

great to bump into you again and meet the family.

Super pics especially the Whitethroat which I failed to spot.

John