Sunday, 7 June 2009

Early june on the Bristol Avon

Geoff Dicker has very kindly sent some photos of a few of the species he saw on the Avon near Whaddon the other evening. From top to bottom: White-legged Damselfly male; White-legged female; Banded Demoiselle mating pair. Nothing current to report - the weather needs to improve first....!

1 comment:

  1. Keep your eyes open for the first sympetrums (Meadowhawks). First sightings two weeks ago in Belgium and North of France (Sympetrum striolatum, Sympetrum sanguineum). If it makes you feel better, we're experiencing "meteorogical disaster" as well.