Had a few Summery days this year, yeah! Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, all in August too. ☻

Ouch!! My back hurts!!

I think Ben has to be a mind reader because he’s got this week’s challenge just right. I mean… summer and rare in one sentence? Yes… we’ve had another season of confirmation that the earth’s warming is a myth stirred up by the scaremongers who have nothing really concrete to do with their time. However, that’s a story for another day.

For today I’ll stick to the results of the global cooling phenomenon. Yes, with no real signs of summer the insects that need the sustained warmth have become rare. Bees and butterflies are scarce. I reckon, if I compare my recordings for this year, that we are more than 60% down on sightings. So… when on a dull grey day I spot a Holly Blue I get excited!

Rare sighting this year... Holly Blue out on a grey day... yes, they need to survive somehow!

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Author: Mick Talbot

Besotted with nature in all its wondrous formats.

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