Beaminster & West Bexington

The day started well when I saw a lovely Gold-ringed Dragonfly in the garden in Beaminster. They are a very rare species away from their normal haunts (Scotland, Wales & the West Country) and I had never seen one before.

Later, at West Bexington, we managed to chalk-up quite a list of butterflies (Small Tortoishell, Red Admiral, Common Blues, Brown Argus, Small White, Small Heath, Meadow Brown) and saw lots of Long-winged Coneheads of all sizes.

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