Sightings are harder to come by now. The weather was a breezy today but a Small White and a Red Admiral appeared during a warm spell late morning.
A decent variety of species on Worth today considering the lateness of the season now. The day time temperatures were actually quite good though. Red Admirals were most numerous with eight, followed by Comma with two, and then singles of Small Tortoiseshell, Small Heath, Small White, and Peacock. On the Estate a Clouded Yellow was on the footpath behind the asparagus fields.
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