After a poor morning last Monday we visited the above site for the first time in the hope of seeing a few Dragonflies and Butterflies.
The weather brightened and it was quite nice although a little windy so I did fear that we would see nothing but there was a pair of darters ovipositing in a smallish puddle and I saw blue damselflies.
Then a Hobby flew over a lifer for Sue, Pat's sister. I photographed a Grayling (not sure I have ever seen one before).
There wasn't many birds around, wren, blackbird, blue tits, splendid Stonechat and a young Yellow Hammer.
After the morning it was a really nice walk, maybe rarer species of insect another time.
Very much record shot of Juvenile Yellow Hammer
Record shot of Hobby