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Discussion in 'Wildlife Gallery' started by rona, Jun 27, 2011.
Brilliant pic's you see all the best things but you can keep that snail where it is :w00t: dont want any of them munching our veg :hand:
Lovely! The pictures are great, what type of deer is that peeking out of the trees?
Luckily they are only at one specific site and don't seem to have spread at all
He's a Roe, quite distinctive dark head hasn't he?
Lovely,I really need to keep my eyes open more on our walks,I never get to see half the things you see.
We do have a huge variety in habitat around here
Yeah absolutely lovely dark muzzle! I would love to be able to get that close to one to get that type of shot. Doesn't seem like he was too bothered about you being there.
You are soooo lucky wonderful pictures, the owl and the deer are beautiful.
The snails huge. Lovely butterfly pics too. Thank you for sharing!!!
Fab pics Rona
Great photos. Nice to see a red admiral there. They don't seem to be as common as they used to be. Back the sixties my parent had a budlia (also know as a butterfly tree). When it was in flower it be be covered with them, along with large whites, peacocks, painted ladies and orange tips.
I think that's due to the height of the bracken and the fact that Alfie couldn't see him and he couldn't see Alfie
Yes we had one as children too that was covered in butterflies. The one that has particularly disappeared around here is the tortoiseshell.
Mmmm, I've missed a picture off, will go and search for it
White Admirals are quite rare here too
Great pics Rona love deer and little owl
Yes. I'm not sure but I don't think whit admiral was ever as common as the red adimiral.
rona you should enter the country file photo competition
They are lovely pics
great pics of your stunning local wildlife....ive been trying to spot a humming bird hawk moth for ages.... *im rather jealous!*