Saturday, August 16, 2008

Saturday 16th August

A quick afternoon dash to New Hythe this afternoon. I decided to try Brooklands Lake for Small Red-Eyed Damselfly and was pleased to find at least 20 and probably many more. Also a few along the Mill Stream. A number of Common Blue, Red-Eyed, Azure, Brown Hawker and a single Emperor as well. Butterflies seen included 3 Comma, a Red Admiral and several Gatekeeper.




Small Red-Eyed Damselflies

6 Comments:

At 8:19 pm, Blogger Cheryl said...

Gosh what a wonderful set of photos....the red eyed damselfly is beautiful....I can see why you wanted to track her down....ten out of ten for perseverence.

 
At 8:32 pm, Blogger Greenie said...

Steve ,
Well done . I was wondering what had happened to them . Three great pictures , they look very fresh .
Shame the Common Blue got in on the act on the last one , still a great shot .

 
At 7:50 pm, Blogger Warren Baker said...

Nice shots of the red eyes steve. Should be some migrants passing through soon. keep up the visits!

 
At 7:50 pm, Blogger Warren Baker said...

Nice shots of the red eyes steve. Should be some migrants passing through soon. keep up the visits!

 
At 8:10 pm, Blogger Tricia said...

Hi Steve - wow Red eyed Damsels - fantastic spot.

(and thanks for dropping by my blog :) )

 
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