Monday, 19 March 2012

Rodley Nature Reserve pondlife


We visited Rodley Nature Reserve this weekend and enjoyed a walk around the dragonfly ponds which were teeming with toads. This one took time out from courting duties to bask in the sunshine. I also spotted my first two butterflies of the year, two fresh Small Tortoiseshells in the Willow Coppice. Yay! These two were too distant for a decent photo, so purely for reference purposes.


In the managers garden, we saw Reed Bunting, Greenfinch, and a flock of 12+ Linnets. Keep up to date with Rodley Nature Reserve's Latest Sightings page.

3 comments:

  1. Good to see the Butterfly appearing

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  2. My pond has masses of spawn but I haven't seen or heard a single frog this year.

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  3. Hello, yes good to see the Small Tortoiseshells,I think what I thought were frogs were actually toads. Im not very good with my amphibians! Thanks for dropping by, Linda

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