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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Tuesday 20th June 2017

Another very quiet day at RSPB Dungeness. Only 2 Hobbys seen, 2 male Marsh Harriers and 1 female, no food passing or any signs of nesting behaviour which is a bit worrying. The Egyptian Goose pair with 1 gosling was in front of Firth hide and another adult on its usual island seen from the VC just left of the Tern (Herring Gull) raft. Lack of much activity found me looking at all kinds of mini beasts today including a hasty Woolly Bear caterpillar and a vibrant female Black Tailed Skimmer. I even took a rare picture of a flower today, I am quite impressed with the bright but delicate Scarlet Pimpernel. Here are a few pics taken today.

 Female Black-Tailed Skimmer
 Egyptian Geese
Banded Hoverfly -  Sryphus Ribesii
 Woolly Bear - Garden Tiger Moth
 Red Admiral
 Scarlet Pimpernel
Yum Yum, lunchtime

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