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Wednesday, 6 June 2012


June is the month for irruptions of Crossbills from the continent: Linda & I heard that a few had turned up at Strumpshaw Fen on Monday night, and we caught up with them early on Tuesday on our way down to meet friends in Suffolk. When we went for a stroll on Hollesley Common, next to RAF Woodbridge, guess what we found? Correct! 200 of them!
We also saw a group of moths (?) with incredible antennae that they used in an amazing and beautiful display 'dance', as well as loads of gorgeous Banded Damselflies

One of six at Strump

Hollesley Common

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