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GARDEN WILDLIFE

GARDEN WILDLIFE 

By Alex White

PART TWO – PEACOCK BUTTERFLY 

The temperature hit 13 degrees celsius afternoon and a few butterflies were out and about.

Firstly, a Brimstone flew over the garden. Around 3pm a Comma butterfly fluttered around but didn’t settle, then in floated this Peacock butterfly, which settled and sunned itself on a patch of bare earth.

PART THREE – LONG TAILED TIT

Another sunny, warm (ish) day in the garden today.

Plenty of things to see, from butterflies including a Brimstone and a couple of Peacocks

Overhead the Buzzards and Red Kites were riding the thermals, and over the fence I could see two Kestrels following each other from tree to tree.

The air seemed alive with honeybees especially around the flowering currant bush.

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