Barbury Castle Butterflies

Sunday 13th June 2010

I've been away in East Anglia for a few days, and had a great time; I'll put together some photos and words on that trip soon. In the meantime, a trip to Barbury Castle, Wiltshire, today for butterflies in the fine sunny weather produced two Marsh Fritillaries (above), plus many Adonis Blues (below and bottom), Common Blues, and Large Skippers, a few Brown Argus and a few Forester moths.

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