|southern marsh orchid|
Our sedge warblers are very active and in good numbers; this one was singing during the afternoon from a high perch. Reed warblers have also nested and are now busy feeding.
By the way, the orange tip caterpillar is now quite large and is happily munching it's way though the seed pods of the same lady's smock plant that the eggs were laid on. The second caterpillar is not evident and so I guess that this one had it for a snack at some point.
No quiz this time as I am still waiting for the last one to be solved.
Paul, Feckenham Wylde Moor