Another shot at Durlston Country Park on 26/05/2019. What superb camouflage, and very nice to see the underwing of the Wall for a change.
Taken by Brian at Durlston Country Park on 27/05/2019
The common species of butterfly are as important as the rare ones: please record them via our sightings page, and, when you can, photograph them – and send your photos in to us. We use pictures on this website, in our newsletter, for publicity etc., so having a good selection to choose from is very useful. Probably the least well represented species are the Large, Small and Green-veined White, and the Meadow Brown and Gatekeeper; even the Large and Small Skippers miss out. So get out with your cameras and get shooting – we can’t guarantee we will put all of them in the Gallery, but they will be kept and used as needed, always attributing them to the photographer, of course.
When the Lulworth Skipper can be seen on the wing is becoming increasingly difficult to predict. The first sighting sent to the website this year was 11 May. Continue reading