Monday, June 29, 2015
If you compare the back of this Adder's head with the one on the posts below, you will see it has a different pattern, especially obvious around the 'V' on the back of the neck. It was a darker individual than the previous male, looking particularly black on the zig-zags near the tail end.
Monday, June 22, 2015
We took advantage of a bit of sun to go out on 21 June in search of retiles near Peterborough. We recorded: 2 Adders, 6 Grass Snakes, 7 Slowworms, 12 Common Lizards and some nice plants and insects. Here are some piccies.Male AdderBee OrchidBurnet CompanionGrass sSnake wi=hich judging from its slightly misty eye is starting to think about sloughingGrizzled SkipperSlowwormBumblebee mimicking hoverfly, which I think is Volucella bombylans
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Thursday, June 18, 2015
Frampton Marsh RSPB is a little like walking around a North American reserve in Florida or Texas or whatnot, with Little instead of Snowy Egrets virtually ignoring you, while everywhere else they are absurdly nervous and skittish! Ripe for photography, but these were just some quick off the cuff snaps...
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Wednesday, June 17, 2015
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Monday, June 15, 2015
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