The second part of my latest Parkland walk images.
Grey Herons in grass usually mean they are resting up in the sun or searching for frogs.
Hip berries ripe red.
Another species that, although not in the usual numbers, are a little more conspicuous now.
The Speckled Wood does vary in colour depending on their habitat and the which brood they are (early or late). The male with a wingspan of 47mm is a little smaller than the female at 50mm, although this is not that noticeable. The female does tend to be darker and the male has the much brighter yellow area markings.
Some choose to pitch in the most unusual of places.
Another immature Grey Heron learning the 'Ropes'.
An immature Pied Wagtail searching for insects in the open fields.
The theme of changing seasons is continued here.
A change maybe, but that said there is still plenty of 'Green' to see.