St George’s Day

Wednesday, April 23rd 2014

In honor of St George today's blog consists of a selection of red and white wildlife seen on the reserve today.

So, for the red, we have a Bullfinch. Earlier today, from the Field Centre windows, we watched as a male Bullfinch very gently fed its mate.

Also for the reds, we have a Seven-spot Ladybird.

For the whites; Greater Stitchwort.

A closer look at Wood Anemone…

Wood - sorrel

And finally for the whites; Blackthorn flowers.

Happy St. George's Day!

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