Summer buddleia, thistle and ragwort are so attractive to moths and butterflies, virtually wherever you see any growing, a closer look will probably reveal something of interest.
And that goes for anywhere, not just a nature reserve. Wasteground, brownfield sites, bushes next to busy roads.
|Gatekeeper, Beacon Hill Park|
|Meadow brown, Beacon Hill Park|
|"The world looks better this way up!" - Peacock, Beacon Hill Park|
|On the edge, Millgate Bridge|
|Wings folded, Millgate Bridge|
|Peacock now gives a sneaky peak, Millgate Bridge|
|Fading but still pretty; small tortoiseshell, Clay Lane|
|Small tortoiseshell, Clay Lane|