Time to catch-up on Lynchcombe for June.
I often see foxes on Lynchcombe, but during this June I saw them on every visit. It was so hot that they could not be bothered to run off. This was part of a family that sat in the sheltered heat of the combe.
The speckled wood butterflies were out in large numbers.
But their was hundreds of meadow browns.
The large skippers are about. This one covered in red mites that I had only see on marbled whites before this year.
The six-spotted burnet moths are very obvious in the open grassland fields of the reserve.
This marbled white has lost one wing. This was its best side.
A painted lady sitting on the rocks at the top of the hill.