Our first Orange-tip of the year was on the Estate.
Small Whites were on Worth marshes and New Downs.
There were six each of Peacock and Small Tortoiseshell on Worth marshes, and a Comma on the Estate.
A Peacock and three Small Tortoiseshells were on New Downs and another Peacock was seen on the Estate.
A Comma and three Red Admirals were seen on the Estate today and a Small White was on the Green Wall, just shy of our earliest ever record (15th March 2017).
The good weather continues to tempt a few butterflies out. There were two Peacocks and a Small Tortoiseshell by the Little Elms.
It was a lovely day today. A Small Tortoiseshell and two Peacocks were on the Estate and the year's first Comma was on New Downs.
A Peacock was on Worth marshes.
A Small Tortoiseshell on Worth marshes was our first record of the year. A few Red Admirals and a Peacock were also seen in February. Depending on the weather over the next few weeks we should see more species on the wing, perhaps our first Orange-tips before the end of the month.
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