Aylmerton Nature Diary

Wednesday 29th June

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Red-eyed Damselfly, distant shot – Felbrigg Lake

With the current weather pattern of cloudy mornings, with occasional sunshine, followed by wet afternoons continuing, I did manage a quick walk out before lunch. Nothing of particular note on the birding front but there’s obviously been an emergence of Ringlets – there were quite a few on the rough grazing field, west of the sluice, together with a few Large Skippers. Very few dragonflies in evidence though – several Common Blue Damselfly, what I think was a Variable but I didn’t really get satisfactory views and a single Red-eyed on the lake – my first this year.

Ringlet, one of a recent emergence



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