A woodland walk that revealed much to see with several butterflies and flowers to photograph.
A pair of Blue Tits which from what I could see was the male chasing after the female.
Well it is that time of year.
The Bluebells are well out now.
Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly
This looks like Crab-apple blossom.
No Thrush to be seen, but I found his Anvil where he smashes snail shells open to eat the contents.
This Dunnock below was singing, not with his usual full repertoire, but a few faint short notes.
Green-veined White Butterfly
A Crows Nest which was inhabited.
Comma Butterfly out from hibernation.
Orange Tip Butterfly
Not quite a White bell, but still interesting to have found a new one in a different area.