|drake garganey on the Budge fields|
Today, once the Budge fields had been checked and a natter with John Richardson, I spent the rest of my time looking for meadow pipits nests in the dunes. Meadow pipits are always plentiful in the dunes, which is quite amazing given that the dunes at Druridge seem to be the most popular dog walking spot in the Western World!
This one had it's eye on a passing St. Mark's Fly, which are also plentiful at the moment.
|speckled wood butterfly, early?|