A Ponds Visit

Another sunny day and another visit down to my local ponds, on my way there I was getting a bit disheartened due to the lack of insects to be seen but that was soon to chance.


I firstly went down to a pond I don’t usually visit, scarred up a female Pheasant and young along with a Lapwing, when my heart had settled I managed to find a Couple of Common Darters on the pond, one was fairly settled on a reed and was using it to hunt from, also here were a couple of Green Woodpeckers “Yaffling” from the nearby trees after watching for 20 minutes I moved on.


I found myself by a couple of my favourite ponds where again there were a few more Common Darters about along with a couple of Emperor Dragonfly and Emerald Damselflies. On another nearby pond another I don’t usually visit had a Hawker species flying around never settling I never got to find out which one but was thinking Southern or Common.


Other highlights were Small Heath Butterfly, Silver Y Moth and a Field Grasshopper

The Days List :- Common Buzzard, Green Woodpecker, Lapwing, Stock Dove, Gatekeeper, Green veined White, Large White, Meadow Brown, Peacock, Small Heath, Small White, Speckled Wood, Blue tailed Damselfly, Brown Hawker, Common Darter, Emerald Damselfly, Emperor, Silver Y Moth

 

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Emerald Damselfly

 

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Field Grasshopper

Video of the Day can be viewed HERE

Photos of the Day can be seen HERE

 

 

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