Some picture highlights can be seen here: http://mickeymouseinsects.blogspot.com/
Later in the day a single Silver-studded Blue was found (but disappeared before any pictures - I have trouble finding these :)) and some interesting interaction was noted in some Common Blues (can anyone explain the 'dots' on the male?)
Overall, twenty species of Butterfly were noted at four sites - not a bad haul!
Birding highlights included Hobby, Woodlark and this colour-ringed Dartford Warbler:
Tuesday 28th June:
Today I found myself with a couple of hours to spare in the S-SE of the county and decided to visit Reedham and Lopham Fen, with the aim of seeing Raft Spiders. Although run by Suffolk Wildlife Trust, most of the reserve is in Norfolk (the River Waveney being the county border), including the Raft Spider viewing platform, where a single spider was seen.
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