Bulcliffe Nature Reserve

A quick visit out to the Bulcliffe colliery Sight to see if I could find any surprises to-day in the heat wave we were having at present.

There was a good number of Silver Y moths about long with a great number of Ringlet and Meadow Brown Butterflies on the wing, Common Buzzards overhead with Yellowhammer, Willow Warblers and Common Whitethroat singing from the bushes added to the wonderful stroll I was having around this small nature reserve, Small HeathCommon Blue, Large Skippers and Small Tortoiseshell Butterflies added to my short visit

 

Small Heath Butterfly

Small Heath ButterflyHairy Shield Bug Hairy Shield Bug

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2 responses to “Bulcliffe Nature Reserve

  1. Small Heath: what’s the difference from a Meadow Brown???? It looks so similar – maybe it’s noticeably smaller. RH

    • Very little has you have seen it is very much smaller than the Meadow Brown and has a very distinctive fluttery flight and always settles with wings closed, and tends to fall to an angle when settling

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