Lots of Autumn butterflies

September 17, 2020

Update from the Banks Meadow Reserve So many butterflies ! The most i have ever seen. This is because of our pro-nettle management for the catterpillars and also planting summer and autumn-long nectar plants for the adult butterflies. These are Small Tortoiseshell, the Large Tortoiseshell are exstinct now. We also see Comma and Redadmiral in large numbers 


cheers 


David 

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