Summer flowers come their peak on the reserve at this time, the left picture here shows Common Knapweed now massing in the meadows, following on from the earlier Greater Knapweeds which are fading.
The centre picture shows Purple Loosetrife in the Dewpond margins. The right picture is a Wall Brown butterfly which I recorded on the edge of the grass around the Dewpond.
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