Once again I headed for the shelter of the scrub and woods around the Lakes, and just like yesterday I ended chasing Butterflies, as the birding was so quiet. Saying that, I did see a GREY HERON on the largest lake, along with a few MALLARD and MOORHEN, those, and the mixed feeding flock of LONG TAILED TIT, GREAT TIT, BLUE TIT, COAL TIT, CHIFFCHAFF and NUTHATCH that went through the scrub.
The Butterflies again proved very frustrating to photograph in the strong wind, but a few individuals were captured, mostly the same as yesterday i'm afraid, apart from this Holly Blue.
I put this photo in, as I stated on a previous post that I thought the female BULLFINCH that was visiting my garden feeders had become victim of the Sparrowhawk. As you can see she has not :-)