Just a few snaps from the last couple of weeks to test out the new PC.
Firstly we checked out Cocklawburn Links where masses of its food plant, Kidney Vetch was growing. Unfortunately no butterflies though.
We then drove north to a spot on the coast near Lamberton, where after a bit of a trek we found our quarry.
|Small Blue male.|
|A Small Blue female?|
|This one showing the distinctive underside.|
|A Small Heath keeping watch.|
|The grass moth was quite common, Crambus lathionellus.|
A few other butterflies were around, 5+ Small Heath, 5+ Wall and a good few whites sp.
This area around Burnmouth / Lamberton is excellent for butterflies with Grayling and Northern Brown Argus later in the year too. Well worth a day out.