The warm weather this month seems to have helped the Orange-tip White butterflies. There have been far more than usual in this part of Yorkshire. View the full post
Last Monday there seemed to be an abundance of Silver Y moths around Flamborough and Flamborough Head. There were were hundreds, maybe thousands, of these moths in hedgerows, bushes, wildflowers … View the full post
Making the best of the warm(ish) weather at the moment, here are a few shots of a Hoverfly making the best of the multitude of Dandelions in bloom at the moment. View the full post
Orange-tip Butterflies from Springtime. View the full post
Just a couple of photos of Green-veined White (Pieris napi) butterflies foraging on Dandelions in the sunshine, yesterday. View the full post
A couple of shots of a Small Tortoiseshell on a Dandelion flower taken last Spring. View the full post
Old and new, the first image, of a Peacock that has overwintered, being the old and the second is of two recently emerged Peacocks (with a Small Tortoiseshell) taken in August, being the new. View the full post
Three images of a Small Tortoiseshell on a Dandelion.
The only shots I’ve managed of Green-veined Whites so far this year.
A couple of close-ups of a Bumble Bee.