Foxglove visitors

Saturday, June 6th 2009

Although the day was rainy and quite cold in comparison to the recent sunny weather, we had 3 sets of visitors who had all come because of the Daily Telegraph article back in April! I'm pleased to say they all said the reserve was beautiful and that they would be coming back.

Dog roses, Water Figwort and Brambles are now in flower along with the last of the Primroses which are hanging on into summer. The first Foxgloves are just coming into flower.

A Chimney Sweeper moth was seen near the boardwalk of the wet meadows.

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