Tuesday, 24 May 2016


The Spotted Flycatchers returned to  the Kingston Lisle garden of my niece Linda and her husband John in early May this year , they don't usually arrive until later in the month. They have a most interesting garden that attracts a really good variety of birds due in part to it being situated alongside a copse of mature trees and shrubby undergrowth. They are able to enjoy species such as Goldcrest and Nuthatch with of course the annually returning pair of Spotted Flycatchers being the jewel in the birding crown. Saw my first small blue butterflies flitting merrily about today (Tuesday).

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