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Monday 05 June 2017, Wokingham, scattered rain showers, light-fresh S wind, 16C

A bit quiet bird-wise here, though I was delighted to find a Little Tern at the local reserve (just the 2nd for Berkshire this year).

Little Tern - very much a 'record shot'!
The Lesser Whitethroat is still singing away in a nearby hedgerow and, as well as the many Red Kite, there are at least 3 Common Buzzard in the area.

Common Buzzard
The recent warm spell brought out a good number of Butterflies and Dragonflies. Here are a few of them:

Speckled Wood
Banded Demoiselle - male
Beautiful Demoiselle - female

Chaser sp.?
Emerald Damselfly?

Red Admiral



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