Yesterday we took a short walk in the meadow at RSPB Coombes Valley. The sun was warm on our backs, the birds sang as we made our way along the designated path. Little black moths flittered around the grasses and bees were buzzing around the flowers. It was a delightful half an hour.
Thursday, June 16, 2022
I'm not very good at identifying all the different wildflowers but together they looked wonderful.
Below are some of the flowers in the meadow. I think I've identified them but I know there are people out there who know more than me so please tell me if I am wrong.
Oxeye Daisy. It has lots of names like Dog Daisy, Moon Daisy and Moon Penny.
Common Spotted Orchid
Birds Foot Trefoil also known as eggs and bacon or fingers and thumb.
One of the little black moths, I'd like to know what they are called.