No moths again in the toilet block and just a rush veneer seen along the walk, flushed from the grass at The Point. Butterflies were much in evidence with peacock, small tortoiseshel, common blue, red admiral, holly blue, large white, gatekeeper, meadow brown and green veined white all seen - the field of yellow flowers at The Point were still blooming but there were only a few large white flitting over it today unlike on my visit last week.
Long Winged Conehead
Woodpigeon collecting nest material
Woodpigeon on nest
Old Wren nest in hedgerow by footpath noticed after vegetation cut back by The National Trust
And so a very pleasant walk indeed before heading home to do the house work prior to the family arriving for their visit.