I wasnt to be disappointed with the improved weather it was a relief to see about 12 Pearl-bordered Fritillaries and what at first was thought to be a Small Pearl-bordered although this was not to be the case.
I also managed to see my first Grizzled Skipper(1) of the year and for me the first on this site as well and someone also saw a Dingy Skipper as well
There were also Duke of bugundy on site and (3) was the count for the day.Nice to see these in what is a different habitat when compared with Noar Hill
The bane of most photographers life must be the very common Speckled Yellow that just kept appearing everywhere like confetti at a wedding and none were in the mood to have their picture taken.Must have kidded this on he could go to the wedding!!!!
The other moth on site which drove me crazy with their antics was the mundane but quite rare Drab Looper with (4) seen and like their mates not up for a photo or a wedding!!!
I guess keeping on the move is not a bad idea at all when you have these little Crab Spiders lurking in the Bluebells just waiting for an unfortunate insect to fancy Bluebell nectar.UGH!!!!
The Russian Roulette that is chosing the right Bluebell worked for this Brimstone but my advide would be to chose a liking for another flower like Bugle